“If they see their parent getting upset, they’ll clam up.” While fear and anxiety can make some moms go overboard, it prevents others from saying enough.Some parents think they’ve covered the bases with one or two comments, then leave their daughters to fend for themselves. Ignore the Rolling Eyes and Talk to Her “The first thing mothers need to know is that they are a critical voice in their daughters’ sex education,” says Leslie Kantor, MPH, national director of education at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. This article offers tips on how moms can help their daughters when it comes to sex, peer pressure, and dating.
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“She has to realize she’s not the only badass in the house,” Lindsay quips.
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Cohen suggests parents help their daughters think about what’s important to them and the kinds of choices they want to make.
Make Your Values Clear, Then Listen to Her You might want your daughter to wait until she’s married.