#8. Don’t assume your child is sexually active or ‘in trouble’ if they ask you a question about sex
A hysterical response will probably guarantee your child may never risk asking you anything about sex again. Talking about sex is difficult. Your children are precious and you don’t want them rushing things, making mistakes, or having regrets. It’s important to be prepared for questions as soon as they’re able to begin talking. It may begin with simple identification of parts. The more you’re able to answer their questions early on, the easier it will be for them to come to you when they have more difficult or intimate questions.