Protect Your Child From Learning About Puberty Through Internet Searches
- A general search of the internet about puberty can be more hurtful than helpful for your child
- Provide a digital resource for them that you can trust.
- Let them learn on their own from accurate and interesting small ebooks.
Steve Jobs said “start with the customer experience and then work backwards.” This is what I am encouraging parents of children who are about to enter puberty to consider. The customer is your child. How best can they learn about puberty today? The answer is simple. Let them learn on their own with an illustrated digital file you can trust.
If your child is good at navigating the internet to find answers to their questions, I don’t think you want them learning about puberty from odd bits and pieces of people’s ideas that they find there. If they search the word “puberty,” who knows what they might see.
I have a great solution for you and your inquisitive child. I have prepared five small ebook topics about puberty for girls and five for boys. They are available on my website, www.anatomyforkids.com. The content teaches them the biology of their reproductive system and what changes they can expect as their body progresses through puberty. I write about biological sex; it is just the science. This is where you want your child to begin as they explore this important topic.
My goal is to get ahead of their internet search. Starting at 8 years old, simply give them the first ebook in the puberty series and let them learn on their own.
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