my child is nine and has touched a girl inappropiately, she has had other sexual attentions towards boys, she has been in counseling. we go back tomomorrow for help alot of help after finding out about her touching another child. I as a parent think i have failed, I cant look at my child, I am soo hurt . What do i do for my child? for me? she needs help? i need help?
First of all your taking this way to far. She's 9?
All children, and she's a child, are curious and experiment, that does not mean you don''t watch them and counsel them when it happens though. It sounds like your treating her like a monster or something, Love, attention and praise works, sending her to a doctor because you thinks she has committed a sin is what is wrong here. You may need the help, not her.
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