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Sexual health Self-respect

Sexual development is one of the most challenging parts of adolescence. Physically and emotional changes sometimes feel confusing. Talking with parents or another caring adult is one way young people gain the self-respect to make it through these important years.

Without that support and self-respect, kids are more vulnerable. Wendy felt she had nowhere to turn when problems came up in middle school. She let things happen that she would quickly regret.

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