The good ol’ sex talk. If you are like most parents I talk to you are either dreading it or you are desperate to do a better job than the very lacking sex education you received but you have no idea where to start. Society has created such a shame and taboo around sex that we no longer know how to talk to our kids about their bodies, their pleasure, and their relationships. … [Read more...] about Talking Sex with Your Kids – 5 Things Every Parent Should Know
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Compensation provided by Kimberly-Clark Corporation/Poise, however, Opinions and images are my own. The following post was written by Dana Vento. Where do you think one of the most common leaks comes from? It’s not from your sink – no, the most common leak we don’t talk about is something known as light bladder leakage and it happens in women all around you. If you are a … [Read more...] about Most Common Leak We Don’t Talk About
Would you rather talk to your teen daughter about her sex life or her weight? If you chose the former, you're not alone: a study by WebMD showed that nearly 22% of parents are uncomfortable discussing the dangers of being overweight with their kids, compared to only 12% of parents who feel uncomfortable discussing sex with their teenager. This study jives with my … [Read more...] about What’s Scarier Than The Sex Talk? Talking About Food & Weight!
During April, we have celebrated incredible women raising children with autism as a part of our MOMMIES DO THE MOST AMAZING THINGS interview series. The mom who is the subject of today's interview has a special place in my heart and in my family’s journey, though we have never met face to face. When my son was diagnosed with autism at two years old, it thrust us into … [Read more...] about Interview With “Talk About Curing Autism” Founder Lisa Ackerman
We've made it through Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. But we’re just kicking off the worst season of the year for “fat talk.”Starting with the preparations for Thanksgiving, the conversation revolves more than ever around food: What we’re eating, how much we’re eating, how much we’re planning on eating and how much weight we might gain. There’s … [Read more...] about Let’s Stop the Holiday “Fat Talk”