How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex
(without the embarrassment)
What you’ll learn in these
short training videos & downloadable guide…
Lesson 1: Exactly what to say and when
- Learn how your emotions and your perspective on sex can either make these conversations healthy and productive, or sabotage your attempts to communicate with your kids in a straightforward, helpful way.
- Discover the “Ages and Stages” of child development, and what that means for talking to your kids (no matter their age!) about sex.
Lesson 2: Starting the Big Conversation: Ages 3 to 5
- What you need to say in the pre-school years, to give your kids a godly understanding of human sexuality later in life
- Three foundational principles for teaching kids this age anything
- How to give your pre-schoolers enough information, without overwhelming them
Lesson 3: Brain Development + Biblical Foundations for Sex: Ages 6 to 8
- The important shift in brain development that happens to kids in these years.
- How you can use the Bible to begin having more meaningful conversations about sex…without the embarrassment.
- One conversation it’s imperative NOT to neglect during this stage!
Lesson 4: Changing Emotions, Changing Bodies: Ages 9 to 12
- How to harness your child’s changing emotions and body as conversation starters, so those talks feel 100% natural and 0% awkward
- Why the “P” word (pornography) WILL be coming up in your family, and how to prepare your kids to deal with both shock and curiosity
- Attraction and lust — how your responses to their confessions of “liking someone” will help shape their attitudes toward human attraction
Lesson 5: Building on the Foundation You’ve Laid: Ages 13+
- How the foundation you’ve laid in childhood will prepare your child for richer, more meaningful conversations throughout their teens
- 3 important strategies your kids need to live a life of sexual integrity
- How to use events happening *right now* to help your kids think critically about their own worldview…and what their response should be as Christians
Learn How to Get Started Talking to Your Kids About Sex
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About Your Instructors
Luke and Trisha Gilkerson are the authors of dozens of books for parents and homeschoolers. Together, they run the website IntoxicatedOnLife.com.
Luke worked for 8 years as the Educational Resource Manager at Covenant Eyes. Luke has his Masters degree in Religious Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary.
Trisha is a homeschooling mom to 4 boys. She has a Bachelors degree in Biology and Masters degree in Counseling. Trisha is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Michigan.