2. Read a Book Together

This is something that I did with my daughter that seemed to really help. If your daughter is uncomfortable with this option, you can always get her some books to read on her own. Reading a book together is good because it opens up a lot of opportunities for discussion. A couple of books we both liked were “The Body Book” by Nancy Rue and “The Care and Keeping of You,” which is an American Girl book. Of course, it’s a good idea to preview any book before you allow your children to read it.

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