I was certain that the topic of sex was going to come up between them, if it hadn’t already.And though I knew she had learned about sex at school, I had things that I wanted to tell her myself: about choice, about love, about commitment, about intimacy.The other day I was at the gym finishing my workout when a mom I know asked for my advice about “the sex talk.” She was struggling, she confided, to bring up the subject with her teenage daughter—afraid that discussing sex was somehow tantamount to giving her the green light to have it.
And even she has been at a loss for words when trying to talk to her teen daughter about sex.
“I am nearly 100 percent sure that the talk will not go well,” she wrote in her piece.
I did some online research, read a handful of articles and consulted a few books.
And when I finally steeled myself for this mother-daughter talk, I was sure that I was prepared.
i feel ive done somthing wrong i dunno, it all started great ,told each other how we feel , she stated she isnt ready for a relationship 'just yet', which i respect and kinda understand.