Remember, no parent needs to be an expert on sexuality to have meaningful conversations with their children since every parent can share their values about sexuality, relationships, and respect for others. Praise your teen for sharing his or her feelings. Bullying Parents can help with bullying by supporting their child and involving the authorities to find solutions Sexual abuse - helping your child As a parent, you have an important role in helping your child recover from sexual abuse Any form of forced sex is rape, whether the perpetrator is a stranger or someone your teen has been dating. It's often hard to avoid this ever-present topic.
Here's help talking to your teen about sex.
Teenagers and communication
A number of combined immunisations against diphtheria, tetanus and other infectious diseases are available to provide protection at various life stages Recognising when a child is at risk Too many children are physically, sexually and emotionally abused and when this happens, it is up to adults to speak up Child Protection Service Child Protection provides child-centred, family-focused services to protect children from harm caused by abuse within the family Advertising revenue supports our not-for-profit mission. Here is a list of advice you may want to consider that can help prevent estranging your teen in the process: