My friend called me to tell me that my daughter who is 8 is having "sex n kissing like adults" with her 6 year old daughter (this is how they call it sex). I am freaking out. They are not having sex, sex but my daughter or her little friend get on top of each other and start rocking themselves. I have not told my daughter anything yet but I'm freaking out. She told my friend that she saw it on t.v but that no one has touched her before n as a mom it gets me so upset because I've protected her so much from boys for this to be happening. What should I do?
You should tell her to stop the behavior immediately. Such firm, straightforward limit-setting may be all that is necessary. In any case, I would talk some (don't overdo it) about it, particularly about how it occurred to her to act in this manner.
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