“Sexual Education for Your Preschooler”

That was the topic of my talk at MOPS at Faith Church in Dyer, IN.  So many fantastic moms doing such great work in intentionally parenting their children.  I received a handful of really thoughtful and challenging questions that I’ll be taking more time to address over the next few weeks in our newsletter.  Here are some of the questions I’ll be answering:

When is it okay to say “no” to an adult?

Is my 3 year old’s masturbation normal?

Should I let my child go to their friend’s sleepover?

What should I do if my husband is uncomfortable using anatomical names for private parts?

We have a dedicated MOPS page with the resources Susan shared during her talks.

You’ll want to subscribe to our free parenting newsletter, “Parent Matters,” if you’d like to see how I answer the questions above.

Check our our Facebook Page for more pictures of the event.

Also check out our recommended sexual education resources on our Amazon affiliate store.

Don’t parent alone! You can teach your child to be informed and safe about their body! 

Susan Stutzman

Susan Stutzman

Owner | Child Therapist | LCPC, RPT

Parenting is hard! But you don’t have to do it alone. I work with children and parents to restore emotional conflict, cultivate healing, and nurture hope.

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