Even the most cool-headed parent sometimes struggles with how and when to introduce basic knowledge about sex and reproduction to a young child. And while parents might feel awkward about the “birds and bees” talk — usually because of societal
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I typically like to include lots of research in my articles. I enjoy researching a topic, reading about what studies have revealed, and sharing that information so parents have a factual basis for their decisions and actions. But this article
Every other week, Sonali Gupta draws on more than 10 years of experience as a clinical psychologist to answer readers’ questions about parenting, family dynamics, relationships, mental health, and more. Not On The Same Page: I’m not sure if I want to have children.