How to deal with sexual curiosity of 13 year old son. What is appropriate? How to discuss without making him feel bad in any way.|
My daughter 14 yrs of age wants to date a 16 yr old. Her beef is that he's just turning 16 this week. Her birthday is 2-2-93, which means she won't be 15 until next Feb. What are acceptable age difference in dating?|
My daughter age 7, was spending the night with a girl friend tonight, and the mother walked in the room and found them kissing. They also had touched each others privates. When she asked them if they knew that was wrong they said yes. So she asked why they had done it anyway and they said they did not know. How should this be handled and is this normal. I nor the other mother were ever involved in this type of situation as a child.|
I am concerned about the incident (June 2008) in Gloucester, MA where over a hundred girls, all under sixteen, made a pact to get pregnant.
How does something like this happen!!!
More importantly, I have two little girls, ages 10 and 12. I don't want to be completely naive and think it couldn't happen here, but honestly, how can I be certain to prevent it. |
My 14 year old daughter was caught in several lies by her father and I. She was telling us that she wasn't seeing a boy we felt was too old for her (he's 16) and she said she wasn't. I took her phone away and saw she has been texting him for a while.
She told another boy who has been a friend that she is dying of cancer and it affected him greatly.
She has told another boy that her father and I physically abused her!
I'm a stay at home mom and as parents we are involved with our kids lives. We spend time talking and listening and playing games and eat meals together. We love our girls and don't understand why she would be reaching out for attention in so many wrong ways to so many different boys.
I don't believe she is using drugs or having sex or drinking.
I believe she needs counseling, but not sure if that is going to help?
Any advice as to where to go from here would be helpful.|