Conversations about Sexuality (Parents/Teens)





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Uploaded on Jan 23, 2009

"Parents and Teens: Connections with Impact" was inspired by focus group conversations with Wisconsin teens, who consistently voiced a desire for open communication with their parents.

Interviewers sought to discover what aspects of parent-teen relationships contributed to teen success. A common pattern of influence emerged.

To influence someone, we need to impact two areas:

1)Their knowledge about the choice--through
- INFORMATION we give,
- EXAMPLES we set, and
- EXPERIENCES that relate.

2)Their will to make the choice--by
- communicating a positive ATTITUDE about their ability and character,
- holding to RULES AND CONSEQUENCES, and
- embodying the GRACE of staying connected.

This segment explores this pattern of influence in conversations about sexuality.

The full series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=...

The project was produced in 2007 by the Wisconsin departments of Public Instruction and Health and Family Services. More information: http://www.dpi.wi.gov/sspw/parentstee...

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