As a caregiver, you can and should talk openly about our bodies and healthy boundaries with your kids. This helps build a strong bond that will make you the “go-to person” when they have questions or if a situation arises. So, how do you get this conversation started? If you’re feeling unsure, take a deep breath.
The most important thing is to make sure your kids understand that no matter what happens, they can share with you without fear of being blamed and that you will protect them. Reword this to say: It is important that your kids understand they can come to you without fear of being blamed, and that you will protect them.