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Sometimes there is a reason that they fear; for example, you may paste your child to others if you feel cornered by another child . Other reasons may have more to do with frustration. After all, your child is learning many new skills, from using scissors to articulate complex sentences. You can very frustrate with trying to learn everything, and end up assaulting a buddy. If you attend kindergarten for the first time , it is also used to being away from home .
Parents and teachers show children ways to suppress their honesty. "Look at that funny man," a child will yell. "I don't like this," she'll say of Grandma's gift. "Yuck," he says about food that doesn't taste good. Children always learn slowly from adults that this type of honesty is not always welcome.
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Time for the Talk As parents, the birds-and-the-bees talk with their child/children is one of the most dreaded points of their parenthood that they have to face. As a result, many parents tend to refrain from introducing their children to the subject altogether, and may end up backfiring with the generation of youth having to learn everything regarding to the birds-and-the-bees on their own. Though there are sex education classes in schools that teach the dos, don’ts, and dangers of the birds-and-the-bees, they tend to only scratch the surface of the subject, leaving the children with more questions rather than answers. That is why it is imperative that the parents take the initiative to teach their children about the birds-and-the-bees themselves. The parents should firstly introduce and explain what the physical differences are between males and females, more specifically the genital area.