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Your kids are getting information about periods somewhere.

The question is “where?” and “is the source credible?”

Photo by Jelleke Vanooteghem via Unsplash

What’s it in your household? YouTube? Snapchat? TikTok? Group of kids at school you’re not a huge fan of?

Your kids are likely going to have some questions about periods and period care products — at least we hope they do because it’s almost concerning not to question why a human would

At maro, we help parents navigate tough growing-up conversations about mental health and puberty with their kids.

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