So my son and his friend a little boy are both 5 years old. They were caught in bed kissin each others privates and butts. I am very concerned and worried. What do I need to do with my 5 year old son? Is this a sign he has been sexually abused? Or seen this somewhere? I am a single mother,, and his father he sees everyother weekend is married. I am very confused and very concerned....PLEASE HELP!
i wouldnt make abig deal of this to him . have you tried talking to him? asking if he saw somebody do that or if someone did it to him? i think its normal fr kids to sexually explore they learn at an early age what feels good my son is 3 and before going to bed plays with himself now hes with me all the time so i know he hasnt seen his father or anyone else do this, his ped. says its completly normal so i let it go. perhaps talk to him about his private areas are for him and no one else to touch or kiss on and vise versa . hope this helped some
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