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Psychologist Dr Justin Coulson says a good starting point is being upfront about how they make everyone feel uncomfortable.

“Say, can we have a chat about one of those really embarrassing topics no-one really wants to talk about but it’s really important that we do? By doing that the kids will roll their eye but they want to talk to us about these things. When we ask for permission they’re happy to begin the conversation.”

Justin says we need to explore teenagers’ attitudes

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