I can help you “Open the Conversation” with your children in order to help them form healthy, more informed relationships around sex, intimacy, and consent.

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STEP 1
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  • FREE "Top 10 Conversations" PDF
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  • FREE 30-Minute Meeting With Anya
STEP 3
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  • Invite Anya To Lead A Workshop for Your School, Nonprofit or Parent's Group.
  • Live Workshops cover the basics of Sex-Ed, as well as in-depth topics, such as:
  • • Teaching kids to be critical thinkers about media messages
  • • How to answer your child’s questions about sex & sexuality
  • • Teaching kids about boundaries and consent

Honestly your work has been great for me when it came to my children. Before, my relationship with my daughter (like I am sure it is with most parents), was rocky, and now it’s just wonderful now. I’ve made incredible progress with my son too, who keeps asking “When are we going to do our mom/son trip?” He is 12. Seriously can’t thank you enough for helping me become closer with my kids– without your coaching I am sure I would still be lost.

Anya Manes - Talking About Sex - San Francisco CA
Anita S.G.
Parent, Mom of 2
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I know that talking about sex and relationships is the challenge of a lifetime.

It can be so SO difficult!  Most of the parents I talk to haven’t had great role models or we all feel equally unqualified to teach this topic well, but my question to you is: who else is going to do it for us?

That’s why I believe that just by being here, you’re exceptional. You understand that our kids need us to be brave and awkward and to be courageous enough to try communicating life’s most valuable lessons on what it means to have happy, healthy, and prosperous relationships.

Need Help Getting Started?

Here Are 3 Core Topics I Can Help You With Right Now

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How To Have The Talk

Some parents don’t prepare in any way for having “the talk” with their kids. But what happens when you get surprised with a question?

Some parents don’t prepare in any way for having “the talk” with their kids. But what happens when you get surprised with a question? What do you do?

The Ideal Age For The Talk

I routinely say that parents need to explain sex and conception by age 8, but what’s actually the ideal time? We weigh the pros and cons of teaching earlier vs later here…

How To Handle Discomfort

What to do if your child doesn't want to talk about sex with you, their parent.

What do you do when your kids are more uncomfortable than you when you try to talk to them about sex and relationships? Here’s a practical guide to reach common ground…

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I understand that opening up on these topics, especially with your kids, can be intimidating and it’s hard to know where or how to get started…but the fact that you’re here means you’ve already taken your first step, so you’re on the right track!
And That’s Why I’m SO excited to hear from you! Let’s start the journey together with a FREE 30-minute consultation.
Just click “Get In Touch” to set a time on my calendar so we can begin!

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