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Your child’s curiosity is growing, especially with the changes that are happening to his or her body. It is necessary to speak to your child about sexuality as it prevents him or her from engaging in early sexual activities. It is also important to educate your child on the different protective measures for use at a later age.

Take pride and know that making the first move to speak to your child regarding sexuality only serves to protect and better equip him or her for the future. Embark on one of parenthood’s most enriching experiences together with your child as he or she enters the next chapter of life.

Here’s How You Can Start

Videos to Help You Along

When Is the Best Time to Talk to My Child?

Curious From As Young As 9 years old.

Your child is filled with questions. Are you ready with the answer?

Read these helpful articles.

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9 - 12 years old:

Reaching puberty means more questions

Learn to Deal with Peer Pressure and Media Influence
Help Your Child Cope with Puberty and Self Esteem

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13 - 17 years old:

The awkward years

Relationships, Dating and What Comes After
Nurturing Self-Esteem

Here are more resources from us!

We have a depository of visual aids and articles.

Visual Aids

Guide for Parents

External Links

Simple Sexual Anatomy
Visual_Aid_Simplified.pdf​​

Detailed Sexual Anatomy
Visual_Aid_Detailed.pdf

Talking to your child about sexuality issues
Guide-for-Parents.pdf

Filos Community Service

Children Society

TOUCH Cyber Wellness

Bethesda Care

Raffles Counselling Centre


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