HERE’S THE DEAL
Before kids, I was a sexual heath educator and counselor for over 16 years. I thought I’d be amazing at talking to my own kid about sexuality. Wrong! I was a hot mess. Hot. Mess. Seriously. It was ugly.
I was so surprised at how uncomfortable and clueless I was about how to approach the topic with my son that I set out to learn how to do it like a pro.
It turns out that talking to your kids about sex doesn’t have to be scary, overwhelming or totally uncomfortable.
And then I realized other parents probably wanted to know how to have easy and open sex talks with their kids, too. So I created Birds & Bees & Kids and since 2005 I’ve helped 1000’s of parents, just like you, rock the sex talks!
If you want to be the best sex educator for your kids, then this is the course for you!
In the very first module you’ll build a foundation for amazing talks!
And much more…
You’ll be ready to learn my simple formula so you keep the talks short, sweet and age appropriate.
And a few other helpful tips!
Finally, you will be ready to learn the best ways to communicate with your kids!
And some other tricks to become a stellar sex talker.
They should know EVERYTHING by the time they start middle school.
This video explains what that means – in detail…
And a bunch of other important and helpful info!
Kids have questions about sexuality and relationships. Some they will ask, most they will not.
This handout will give you insight into what they are wondering about from preschool to middle school so you can confidently answer their questions.
Anyone who is a parent or caregiver that wants their kids to grow up to be whole healthy adults. Or has kids age five to twelve. Or both. ;-)
Seriously, our world is so over-sexualized these days and kids are getting so many crazy and confusing messages about sexuality, it’s up to you to make sure they have healthy sexuality education now, so they can make great decisions later.
You don't want the Internet to be their main sex educator!
You don't want them to learn about sex from other kids!
You want your kids to share your values about sexuality and relationships!
You want to do a better job at the sex talks than your parents did!
Can you really put a price on your child’s health, safety and doing everything in your power to help them feel great about this amazing and confusing part of life?
Of course not.
Through this special offer, you can enroll in “The Birds & Bees Made Easy” for $69.
Yep. That’s it. $69 for you to learn how to have open, effective and easy conversations with your kids about one of the most complex and important parts of life.
I’m from Japan, where sex is a taboo subject. The thought of talking to my kids felt like a jungle. Thanks to you and this course, I have a plan and clear path through.
– Akitsu, mom of three
As soon as you purchase you get a unique username and password where you can access the entire course. All modules are digital and downloadable. And your bonuses have been pre-loaded for you.
I offer a 30 day, money back guarantee!
If, after completing the full course and doing all of the exercises, your confidence and comfort level doesn’t increase at all, email me and I will refund your money 100%.
The risk is entirely on me!
If you are the parent or caregiver of kids of any age, there is something here for you. That being said, parents of kids ages 4 to 12 will probably find this course the most helpful.
After you sign up, you’ll receive email with the details for your private login information. Once you are on the site, you can start the first module or jump right to the bonuses.
You can start and stop and access the information for years to come.
Amy Lang helps educate parents with useful and realistic tools to talk to your children about sex and sexuality. This course is appropriate for parents with children of all ages: 3 - 20 years old! It is important that parents know that today's children are exposed to a different world than what they dealt with when growing up and Amy will guide you through this.
Internet, media, and modern day technology have given young children easy access to unhealthy sources about sex and sexuality and it is our responsibility to help them handle it and this is a big step to assist us. I have taken her classes and I am so glad I did!
A couple months ago, I was in the kitchen and I overheard my younger son ask his brother for a hug and a kiss. My older son (who is a sensitive soul) said "No, that's gay". I gently, but firmly, explained that when two adult men are in love, that is sometimes called gay and I pointed out that the word "gay" can be used derogatorily, and that if I ever heard either of them use it that way, they'd be in big trouble. They both said "Got it."
His brother ran upstairs and my older son came up to me and said " Mom, I've been thinking...how do gay men have sex anyway? I mean, where do they put their penis?" Oh...uhm.
So I found myself explaining the mechanics of anal sex to my 11 year old. Apparently, there had been a discussion on the playground at school, and none of his friends could figure it out. I reinforced the rule about family conversations vs. things to share with friends. So far, so good, I think. No phone calls from other moms wondering what on earth we're teaching our kids.
I've shared this story with a few friends, and they are all amazed that I was able to have that conversation with him, and not freak out about it.
I owe it to you. I would rather have that discussion 100 times than raise a kid who doesn't know the facts of life and love.
I use the techniques I've learned from your workshops with my daughter, now 10, almost daily. She is so at ease and smart about her birds and bees info, it's just a normal part of life. Thanks!