Sex education in the family and

Rio de Janeiro: Record; We never received any sexual education.

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Comprehensive, age-appropriate and medically accurate sex education in school is important but there is no substitute for great communication at home so youth understand the values of their family or guardians. Women should belong to one man only In this stage, it is essential to develop a trust environment so that, when parents realize that adolescence is beginning, parents and their children are close.

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The family environment is usually the place where values are strongly learnt and take roots, because it is in the family center that individuals initially experience, incorporate and adopt values, beliefs, rituals, myths and customs that are important and necessary to live in society The family environment provides the foundation for affectivity and also plays a decisive role in the education of its members, because it is the place where ethical and humanitarian values are learnt, which are necessary in order to live in society 8. Nolte DL, Harris R. Maldonado MT. We don't worry about brightening up things. Due to the importance of sharing the adolescent's sex education between family and school, the education process can be defined as being communication and dialogue, and not merely passing on information, but the meeting between interlocutor subjects who seek the significance of the meanings There is no taboo. The interview was recorded and fully transcribed, and thus permitted collecting the data regarding the parents' identification and the way they provide sexual education to their adolescent children. The truth is, like most parenting issues: it's a bit of a team effort. O adolescente por ele mesmo. Conversely schools that take sex and relationships education very seriously can be heavily criticised by professional lobby groups who believe that sex education should only be done by parents.

Participants' anonymity was guaranteed by assigning them the denominations F1, F2, successively, to refer to family member one and family member two, respectively. Due to the importance of sharing the adolescent's sex education between family and school, the education process can be defined as being communication and dialogue, and not merely passing on information, but the meeting between interlocutor subjects who seek the significance of the meanings Yet many parents are ambiguous about the role of schools, with views ranging from: "Let them deal with it" through to a fear that "they're taking our children's innocence".

why sex education should not be taught in schools

We always talk, at home everything is open to everyone F1, F3, F7.

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Parents experience with the sexual education of their children: implications for nursing care