Birth Control: Talking with Your Parents
Talking with your parents about birth control may be hard. But talking even when you're uncomfortable is a big step toward adulthood. This pamphlet stresses that talking is important and that if you feel like you can't talk with your parents, you should seek out another adult you trust, such as a relative, a religious advisor or a teacher.
- Advises how to begin and what to say
- Suggests what to expect
- Includes practical communication tips
- Explains where to go for help
- Acknowledges that talking with parents about birth control may be hard, but notes that talking even whey you're uncomfortable is a big step toward adulthood