Children’s Masturbation: norm or pathology?
You caught your child playing with genitals? You were so shocked and appalled that he did not know how to respond? What it is: a fun, promiscuity or illness?
About the dangers of children’s onanism (Masturbation) lots of talk, mostly unfounded.
Before, the baby begins to explore all parts of his body. He does not understand that the body has “forbidden” places. If we remind him about it, his curiosity increases, and can turn into a pathological habit.
Often Masturbation is characteristic of active children, “slowpokes” just suck your thumb or the edge of the blanket.
Usually parents are too embarrassed to seek advice from professionals. While Your wrong reaction can harm, maim the child’s life.
How to respond to children’s Masturbation?
First of all, if You ever caught your child for a lesson in Masturbation, no need to faint or scream, stomp their feet.
Requires endurance and tact. If it’s a small child, try calmly, without emotion to shift his attention to something else.
With school-age children also need to be calm, to talk about it when he’ll be able to listen to You. But in any case, do not scold the child, and do not be intimidated!
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