Sex Education for Teenagers Males Females | Urdu/Hindi | MUST KNOW | Hormone Changes| Jinsi taleem | SM1
Sex is an important part of any person’s life and sex education can help in achieving a complete development of the personality. Thus, sex education should be an important part of parental messaging and should be given at home since childhood. To book a personal appointment with a sexologist visit the following links:
Awkward as it may be, sex education is a parent’s responsibility. Proper sex education will nurture good values and not leave a bad impression on the kids. Our society believes that sex education should only be restricted to families, due to cultural values but this does not make any sense and it should be given in schools and training centers as well.
If the introduction of the concept of sex is not done in a responsible manner, the teenagers are likely to develop a negative idea about a natural phenomenon and may also go onto experience sexual pathologies. Sex education from a responsible adult is thus far better than children and teenagers learning it from inexperienced and immature friends or worse through porn.
Ms. Tahira Rubab is a clinical psychologist. She’s been practicing for around 10 years and advises patients on various medical conditions such as mental health issues, sex therapy, depression and anxiety
If you wish to book an appointment with Ms. Tahira, please visit the link below or call at 042 3890 0939.