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How Do I Talk to My Daughter About MAKEUP?

By Dannah Gresh, Creator of Secret Keeper Girl If your tween is begging you to wear makeup, listen to this before you give in: Researchers from the Medical Institute for Sexual Health found that one of the top five factors placing a girl at risk for sexual sin is appearing older than she actually is. […]

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How Do I Talk To My Daughter About SEXTING?

By Dannah Gresh, Creator of Secret Keeper Girl Wondering how to talk to your kids about sexting? Well, frankly, I hope you will wait a few years to give your them a cell phone! Waiting is good. It builds discipline. My daugthers were 13 when they got theirs. I kind of wish I’d waited until […]

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How Do I Talk to My Daughter About DATING?

By Dannah Gresh, Creator of Secret Keeper Girl I recently worked with a mom who was distraught that her son was ‘dating’ a girl in middle school. I first asked her how old she’d hoped he would be before he dated and she said, “Sixteen.” Then, I asked her when she’d ever talked to her […]

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What Science Says: Your Daughter Growing Up Too Fast

By Dannah Gresh, Creator of Secret Keeper Girl After two years of study by an American Psychological Task (APA) task force on the sexualization of little girls, we have clear evidence that a mother’s hunch that she shouldn’t let her nine-year-old run around in a miniskirt with belted bling blaring the Pussycat Dolls’ “Dontcha wish […]

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A Modest Proposal For My Critics

By Dannah Gresh, Creator of Secret Keeper Girl In the past thirty days, CBS has issued a modesty code for celebs attending the Grammy’s while Christian websites and blogs have decried the modesty movement. Has the world been turned upside down? I encourage you to look at this very graphic visual showcase of just what caused […]

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How Do I Talk to My Daughter About SEX?

By Dannah Gresh, Creator of Secret Keeper Girl Waiting a while to have “the talk”? Don’t wait too long. Since values are formed in the tween years, that big sex talk is one you should most likely have before she turns ten. While there are some exceptions to when a child is ready to learn […]

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