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"Married to Medicine" star Toya Harris has to deal with plenty of drama on her Bravo reality series, and she is also busy raising her two sons.
Toya is a mom to a 6-year-old and a 7-year-old and she says they are very active and curious kids, who love to get into her things -- including her purse and belongings in her dresser! Recently, her sons came across some of her feminine hygiene products and Toya says she felt she could not handle explaining what a tampon was.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho suggests to Toya and other parents that giving your kids accurate information about how the body works can be very helpful, as opposed to skirting around the topic.
"Keep it functional, anatomical and be direct," Dr. Judy explains, saying what you tell your kids should, of course, be age appropriate.
See more from Toya and the other ladies from "Married to Medicine," Sundays at 10 PM on Bravo.