Much of our culture comes from what we learn as children. However, culture continues to influence our norms throughout our lives. Reflect on the learning that you had as a child and your lived experience.
- Think of a change in your cultural perspective that is different now from when you were a child.
- What influenced you to change your thinking?
- How can you use this information in clinical practice?
During my childhood, sex education from my parents was an impossible thing to happen. In fact, it was considered as a taboo in my culture for a parent to discuss sexuality with their children. Instead, sexuality was only allowed to be taught in schools. Nonetheless, after I migrated to the US, almost two decades ago, I was shocked by the level of openness parents and their children had with regards to sex education. When I was a teenager, I thought that I will also not discuss about sex matters with my children because my culture considers it as a taboo…Please click the icon to purchase the full answer at only $5