Welcome to Teen World Confidential

Helping parents start the conversation about sex and relationships with their child.

Let’s talk about "the talk".

Welcome to Teen World Confidential

Helping parents start the conversation about sex and relationships with their child.

Let’s talk about "the talk".

About Teen World Confidential

Parents have questions about talking to their children about sex and relationships:

  • “How do I start the conversation?”
  • “When do I start talking about sex?”
  • “Is one conversation enough?”
  • “Isn’t it best to wait until my child asks me a question?”
  • “Aren’t the schools teaching sex ed?”
  • “Where do I find accurate information I can share with my child?”

Young people also have questions about sex and relationships.

  • “How do I deal with relationship pressure?” 9th grade boy.
  • “How do you know you are ready for sex?” 10th grade female.
  • “Is it weird to be scared of having sex?” 11th grade boy.
  • “What is consent?” 12th grade female.
  • “Why is sex bad?” 12th grade boy.

Talking to kids about sexuality in a sex-positive, nonjudgmental manner will keep lines of communication open and build trust between parent and child. Teen World Confidential gives parents the support, tools, and information needed to facilitate these conversations.

Don’t worry moms and dads – you’ve got this! Teen World Confidential is here to help.

Start the Conversation.

Praise for Teen World Confidential

Meet Kim Cook

Kim Cook is an RN who delighted in caring for elementary school children, yet desired to work with older students as well. One day, on a whim, she googled “health education”. That afternoon, much to her husband’s bewilderment, she had enrolled at Northern Illinois University to begin her new destiny as a certified middle-and high-school health teacher. After hobnobbing for four years with remarkable educators and young adults also entering the field, she graduated with the satisfaction of a career well-chosen. Earning her LGBT certification and minoring in psychology, and earning her Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) certification, she is well-rounded in her academic knowledge base. However, raising three really cool daughters has been an education that cannot be taught in the classroom.

My Mission: To help you start the conversation.

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