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Children learn about the world through exploratory play, and that includes exploratory sexual play. The challenge is to respond in a way that invites open communication and understanding when behavior is age-appropriate sexual curiosity or whether your child is in need of professional help. Concerned in particular about sexting?
We have an article about what to do if you discover your child is sexting. And if you want to be alerted if this is something your child is going through, our text message monitoring feature can help. If you see your child engaging in sexual behavior respond in a calm manner and ask open ended questions. Not all sexual behaviors, even uncommon ones, are an indication of abuse.
A healthy response by a parent can have positive long-term effects on guiding sexual development and eliminating problem behaviors. Ways to manage the interaction include:. It may feel uncomfortable talking about sex with your children, but a healthy parental response provides education and direction.
As you set boundaries for your kids regarding their sexual behavior, the use of resources and information on the stages of sexual development are key in understanding how to react. Using an online safety service like Bark can help you start a conversation about healthy sexual behaviors. Org Fairfax County Family Services. Bark is a comprehensive online safety solution that empowers families to monitor content, manage screen time, and filter websites to help protect their kids online.
Our mission is to give parents and guardians the tools they need to raise kids in the digital age. Search for:. Ways to manage the interaction include: Redirecting the activity to something appropriate, this also allows you time to find a healthy way to respond Find a quiet time to talk to your child and ask open ended questions like: How did you get the idea? Or How did you learn about this? Or How did you feel doing it?
Educate your children about sexual issues in an age appropriate manner. Talking openly with your child provides them with the knowledge and skills to make good decisions. Consider the age and stage development of your child, if the behavior is beyond what is typical, speaking to therapist or physician may be of help. About Bark Bark is a comprehensive online safety solution that empowers families to monitor content, manage screen time, and filter websites to help protect their kids online.
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