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When was the first time you talked with your child about a tough issue? What issue did you discuss? Who started the conversation? How old was your child? What did you tell them? How did it go? What, if anything, helped you feel prepared for the conversation?

Many parents today are talking about tough issues with their young children that their parents never talked with them about. What did you talk with your parents about? What is different in how you talk with your kids?


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