"Meg Hickling, a retired R.N., has been teaching parents, children, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and other professionals how to talk about sex and sexual health for over 30 years. Now she answers the many questions adults ask. Meg's down-to-earth, no-nonsense style engages readers in topics such as the importance and meaning of sexual maturity, healing from old sexual wounds, male and female midlife changes, the use of pharmaceutical and other aids to sex, homosexuality and homophobia, and the sexuality and sexual needs of elders. Meg's "whole person" approach respects the roles of personal and family values, spirituality, and community. "
Meg Hickling is a retired nurse, is an award-winning educator who has been dispelling the myths and instilling the knowledge of sexual health in children and parents for over 25 years. Her ability to convey difficult and controversial material with sensitivity and warmth distinguishes her as a remarkable teacher and role model. Her vision and influence have earned her The Canadian Home and School Federations Health Award, The YWCA Woman of Distinction Award for Health Education, The RNABC Award of Excellence, The Distinguished Service to Families Award, and most notably The Order of British Columbia, and The Order of Canada.