|Parent-Child Communication Basics|
An Education Program to Enhance Parent-Child Communication
Research indicates that strong family relationships can help children develop self-esteem, resist peer pressure, and act responsibly when making decisions about drugs, violence, and sexual intercourse. Effective parent-child communication is a cornerstone of strong and healthy families. In the era of HIV/AIDS, parents must learn ways to communicate more effectively with their young people. How and what they communicate about body image, peer pressure, puberty, reproduction, sexuality, love, and intimacy can make a significant difference in the health and well-being of their children.
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