Teens want to talk to their parents about sex and relationships. So, it’s time to start the conversation. These weekly text message tips will be your guide to discussing real sex issues with your kids—empowering them to make better choices.

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An IUD or implant is a long acting reversible way to prevent pregnancy. Share these methods with your teen: http://goo.gl/TytYfl

An IUD or implant is a long acting reversible way to prevent pregnancy. Share these methods with your teen: http://goo.gl/TytYfl

Telling your teen to not have sex isn’t enough. Learn how to give your teen advice on how to avoid pregnancy: http://goo.gl/0igeyh

An IUD or implant is a long acting reversible way to prevent pregnancy. Share these methods with your teen: http://goo.gl/TytYfl

HPV is the most common STI in the U.S. Learn the facts, so you can share with your teen: http://goo.gl/jK909B

Teen alcohol use may encourage increased risk-taking. Establish a strong relationship to discourage alcohol abuse. http://goo.gl/7g5Nkm

Talk to your teen about their future. Teens who have future goals are less likely to become pregnant. http://goo.gl/yf2hHg

Rather than a one-time event, talking about sex with your child is an ongoing dialogue: http://goo.gl/8hB7W

1 in 5 teens who’ve been in a serious dating relationship report being hit by their partner.  Learn warning signs of abuse: http://goo.gl/oCCELv

20% of teen boys and girls report sending or receiving a “sext message.”  Start a conversation about the dangers of “sexting.”  http://goo.gl/Xc3PBJ