SUMMARY: Research clearly shows that parents have the single greatest influence on the sexual decision making of their children. Unfortunately, so many of today’s parents are afraid to talk with their kids about sex, relationships, self-control and self-respect because they just don’t know what to say. This new book solves that problem.
Years in the making, Questions Kids Ask About Sex is an easy-to-read resource for parents that delivers a much-needed wake-up call and a motivating challenge to embrace the opportunities to shape their children’s future health, hope and happiness.
Author: Kathleen McGee and Laura Buddenberg
SUMMARY: Coercing a teen into sexual activity – it’s called emotional grooming, and it happens far too often to boys as well as girls. Using tactics like flattery, jealousy, and intimidation, the emotional groomer manipulates his or her target into a sexual relationship that can have devastating physical and emotional consequences for the victim. Use this book to teach young people how to distinguish between unhealthy and healthy relationships.
Author: Meg Meeker, M.D.
SUMMARY: Sexually transmitted diseases among teens has become a full blown epidemic a national emergency that’s killing our kids. In this groundbreaking book Dr. Meeker uncovers the story of this serious epidemic and the pattern of political correctness and marketing hype that has caused this tidal wave of disease.