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It can be difficult to know how to best approach the topic of sexuality with your children, especially if this wasn't modeled well by our own parents.

In this conversation with Michelle Larson of Uplift for Kids, Dr. Finlayson-Fife discusses what parents can do to facilitate the healthy sexual development of their children throughout every stage of development.

Listen to the full episode to learn more about:

  • Facilitating children's sexual integrity
  • Important messaging to offer children about sexuality
  • Giving children a sense of ownership over their bodies
  • Normalizing sexual development, including curiosity and exploration
  • The connection between anxiety and compulsivity
  • Tips for parents who aren't comfortable yet with their own sexuality

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