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Sexually healthy children are more likely to build responsible, healthy, and respectful relationships as they grow up. Parents can give kids the information, skills, and sense of self worth they need to make healthy choices.

Effective communication is key to raising sexually healthy kids. Words Can Work offers these important tips.

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Try not to criticize your child. >
Tell the truth. >
Take advantage of opportunities to talk about sexual health. >

Give positive reasons to delay sexual intercourse. >
Be a good role model. >

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