Strategies for Talking to Your Kids About Sex With Deborah Roffman

October 17th, 2012

Having sexual conversations, even among adults are perhaps the most challenging discourse to engage in, no wonder most parents dread “the talk” that they often don’t feel competent or confident to give their children. Don’t miss this honest and authentic conversation with Deborah Roffman, award winning sex educator and author of Talk to Me First for the strategies and confidence you need to not just have “the talk”, but to become and remain the most credible, and influential resource about sexuality and life in your children’s lives.

Deborah Roffman, a nationally acclaimed educator and author of Talk to Me First and Sex and Sensibility, distills her more than thirty years of experience teaching kids—and their parents how to become your kids’ number one source for information and guidance on human sexuality. Roffman tackles everything from developmental stages to strategies for handling embarrassing or difficult conversations, offering the best ways to make sure you both keep talking (and listening). Her work on childhood and teen sexuality has been featured in numerous publications, including the Washington Post and USA Today. A recipient of the Mary Lee Tatum Apple Award from Planned Parenthood Federation of America, she has also been recognized by the National Federation of Republican Women. The mother of two grown sons, she lives with her husband in Baltimore, Maryland.

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