All of us would agree that pornography is awful in every way. Parents dread the day they might discover their child on a porn website. In the midst of the shock, be wise in how you respond. [Read more…]
“I don’t want my son to learn about sex from a pornographic website.”
This is probably one of the top concerns I hear from parents of boys. And, I agree. I don’t wish that for them either. But they are curious and unfortunately, these sites
are easy to access. There are some ways that we can prevent them from learning about sex in this way, but it is going to take a parent buy-in. [Read more…]
One of the most consistent complaints parents have expressed to me is that most resources are not age-appropriate and include information about sexual topics that are too advanced for their young adolescent son.
If you have a son who is in puberty, you have probably noticed that there are a limited number of resources about puberty that you might feel comfortable letting him read.
This situation leaves the parent questioning what to teach their son.
Should you be teaching your young adolescent about sex? And if not, what should you teach him? [Read more…]
This is the third article on perimenopause in a series of three written by Dr. Metten. In this article she discusses changes that some women experience in their emotions and desires during this time of transition.
When you ask women who have already entered menopause about their experience with perimenopause the first thing they will talk about is the emotional challenges they experienced.
When you feel challenged in your mind, it is scary and frustrating. Many women say,