Our expert says:
Like Just Me, I think the time to do so is whenever they ask any questions about it, tailoring your replies to their age and understanding. Scenes on TV can be an excellent opportunity to op[en discussion abou such issues ( chat about other things which turn up on TV< too, so as not to make this stand out peculiarly ) ; and ask what she already knows and understands about things like condoms --- very few kids know nothing, but many know much that is inaccurate, based on what they have heard from other kids and what they have tried to figure out for themselves. Its importamnt not to aim at one single Big Event : "The Talk !" but on opening a contin uing discussion in which zhe feels comfortable and confident to ask you about anything that puzzles or worries her
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