My 10yr old son is been a worrier but i m very concern about recent subject of his worries. He is been thinking about sexual thaughts, touching himself and girls arround, his thaughts are in detail, like touching himself and his class meats girls of his age and a teacher. He cryies alot, his eyes are swollan, he feels doing wrong by having these thaughts, he claims can not controll his erratic thaughts. Kissing, getting errection by any noises arround. My worry is this normal? I trust him telling me if any body is beinb inapropriate with him. He is very focused on studies and grade A student.
It's normal for a kid to get his hormones, it's even normal for it to be confusing. It's very common to touch yourself if you are a boy, not even uncommon if you are a girl but almost universal for boys. I can't tell from the way you worded the sentence if you are saying that he is actually touching girls or just thinking about it. Just thinking about it is VERY common.
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