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Mom and Intro to Periods
How would you say your mom did during your early period years? Exceptional job, making you feel comfortable with your period? Or could she have used some work in that department? Will you do things differently if you have a daughter?

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Posted by: inbloom245 on Tue Dec 1, 2009

My uncle brought me up on his own, and as compassionate and approachable as he is, this topic apparently made him EXTREMELY uncomfortable. Consequently, a close female friend of the family was recruited to give me "the talk." She just took me out for a girls' day and laid it all out for me while we painted our nails and watched chick flicks. If not for her, his plan his plan would have basically been to leave a book about menstruation in my room and never speak of it. A couple of years ago (I'm 20 now), he told me that it wasn't so much that he was uncomfortable with the overall idea, he just thought that it was a really important topic for me to have the right understanding of, and he was afraid that if he handled it wrong, it would have screwed me up or something. Poor dear.

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