Teaching children about healthy romantic relationships

Al Checchi, Buisnessman & Father, shares advice for parents on the best way to teach kids about healthy romantic relationships is through your own relationship with your spouse
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Teaching children about healthy romantic relationships

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We have stressed to our children that sex is not a determinate of what you can do in life or what your value is. We have two daughters and we have a son. I think that they pick up how to deal with the opposite sex by the way that my wife and I deal with each other. I like to think is about mutual respect and partnership. She makes as many calls as I do. Children have always seen us working together and respecting each other, and they never had any problems with their own sexuality and how to deal with the opposite sex; and to do that with great respect.

Al Checchi, Buisnessman & Father, shares advice for parents on the best way to teach kids about healthy romantic relationships is through your own relationship with your spouse

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Al Checchi

Businessman and Father

Al Checchi is the author of The Change Maker, which catapults readers into a world few will ever experience. Entertaining, fast-paced, and episodic, this memoir of an unconventional agent of change provides a lesson in the values of strategic thinking and responsible leadership found so wanting today. With self-deprecating humor and irony, Al Checchi chronicles the meteoric rise whereby his creativity, strategic thinking, and negotiating skills helped transform three major American institutions-Marriott Corporation, Walt Disney, and Northwest Airlines-and led him to challenge the California political establishment as a candidate for governor. Checchi demonstrates that through experience, vision, courage, and force of personality, one person can make a difference and lead others to move beyond their comfort zones and transform our institutions. 

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