An institutional based crosssectional study was conducted with qualitative inquiry from January to February Besides the data collection duration, we created a rapport by a friendly relationship with the participants and close relationships with the key informants to have a trustful data collecti on procedure. As allowed by participants, all interviews were recorded using a voice recorder. Because alcohol and drugs are thought to interfere with judgment and decision-making, it has been suggested that their use in conjunction with sexual activity might increase the probability that risky behavior will occur. Some of the students said they had a positive attitude to having sex. Some of the participants referred to the importance of parental roles in maturing and nurturing children's personality.
A participant midwife said:
Premarital sexual relationships: Explanation of the actions and functions of family
Sexual awareness Majority of the participants said that they do not receive sex-related information from their parents. They believed that fading behavioral beliefs such as honor, personal modesty, chastity, and not respecting the boundaries of relationship with opposite sex lead to premarital sexual relationships. A number of studies has reported that a high level of spirituality was associated with lower levels of risk behaviors by youth. Informants selected purposively, who have a lot ofinformation related sex among teenagers. A year-old female stated: