By Carole B. Cox PhD
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This is how I feel, That's a good question. I don't know but let's find out. COMMUNICATING WITH CHILDREN • 29 Door Stammers—these discourage talking and communication. You are too young to understand. None of your business. I don't care what your friends are doing. We'll talk later. Each Child Is Differmt Just as adults differ, so do children. Some children, talk continually, while others are very quiet. Teenagers can become withdrawn and silent, retreating to their own rooms or to the telephone.
Very young children don't need to discuss AIDS unless they have been directly affected by it, such as having parents or relatives with the disease. If this has happened, you should tell them that it is a serious disease but that they are not going to get it. Give them as much information as you think they can understand. Children in school, after age five, can be told that AIDS is caused by a virus but that it is hard to get and that they can't get it from sneezing, holding hands, or drinking water.
Use it as a wake-up call to work through problems and motivate you to change. * Ignoring anger leads to physical problems: heart problems, high blood pressure, headaches, stomach problems, * It is important to recognize anger, identify the causes, take a time out and decide what to do. Activities 1) Role-play a response to "bad language" from your grandchild. " 3) Explain the actions you should, take when you feel yourself getting angry. Session 6 Talking with Your Grandchild about Sex and HIV OUTLINE A) B) C) D) E) F) Review of last session Session objectives The importance of values Talking about sex Talking about HIV/AIDS Activities • 45 • This page intentionally left blank Session 6 Talking with Your Grandchild about Sex and HIV alking to grandchildren about sex and HIV can be among the most difficult tasks you have.