This week's topic: I have been married for several years and have three children.
When we were dating, our sex life was good but this changed immediately after we got married.
Kantor, who is also an assistant professor at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, suggests using things that happen in your daughter’s everyday life to check in.
I accepted this because I believed he was sexually weak.Girls-only invites A few weeks ago, my girlfriend and I attended a girls-only birthday party for a straight female friend of mine.As we were looking around the table full of girls, we realized that all of their boyfriends weren’t there and hadn’t been invited. “The kids would talk about who was hooking up with who,” she says. “Whenever we ask kids where they get their information about sex, teens always say their #1 source is their mothers.” The problem is, you probably won’t find the perfect time to talk about it. 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.