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12 masturbation old year

Don’t run to call your neighborhood psychologist when your little girl rocks on her tricycle seat or your little boy puts his hands down his pants. Instead, stop and consider why this subject makes you squirm. The very word “masturbation” gives many adults a deeply uncomfortable jolt, accompanied by heavy doses of guilt. If a child pulls his ear or strokes his arm, no one notices. So why do parents ignore the little boy who pulls his ear but worry and scold when he pulls his penis? It’s either because genitals are considered bad, mysterious, or off-limits, or they believe that genital rubbing is a sure sign of psychological disturbance. Neither of these are true.

Most children play with their genitals—expect this somewhere between age of two and six. The reason genital fondling bothers adults is that we tend to view children’s actions through adult eyes. To a child, masturbation is a normal part of discovering these parts of his or her body and the pleasurable feelings that come from them. In exploring their bodies, babies discover that some parts feel more pleasurable than others. Once these areas are discovered those little hands are frequently found there. To a child, massaging his or her genitals is pleasure. It is not “wrong” or “dirty.” Only if a child hears these terms from adults (or picks up on their anxiety) does he or she become worried and confused.

Some religions teach that masturbation is wrong. We do not intend to question this belief or value system. Simply stated, adults who themselves choose not to practice masturbation for moral reasons will have to be wise in how they approach this matter with their babies or young children. There will be ample opportunity for the child as he grows older to be taught how to respect his genitals in a religious sense.

Because children aren’t doing anything “wrong” when they explore or stimulate their genitals, there is no need to scold, shame, humiliate, embarrass, or punish them. Above all, avoid conveying that these are bad body parts. Later sexual hang-ups are often due to mishandling of early sexual issues by overzealous but well-meaning adults. These parents, because they themselves were shamed, frightened, and punished, may never have come to terms with their own sexuality.

1. When masturbation is normal. Understand that the desire to use one’s body parts for pleasure is part of normal sexual development. While it is not necessary to masturbate to have a positive self-image, enjoying one’s body parts contributes to developing healthy sexuality and liking one’s body. So occasional genital massage is not dirty, harmful, or a signal of an underlying emotional disturbance or of problem parenting. For most kids, it’s a continuing discovery and it feels good. It’s as simple as that.

Don’t run to call your neighborhood psychologist when your little girl rocks on her tricycle seat or your little boy puts his hands down his pants. Instead, stop and consider why this subject makes you squirm. The very word “masturbation” gives many adults a deeply uncomfortable jolt, accompanied by heavy doses of guilt. If a child pulls his ear or strokes his arm, no one notices. So why do parents ignore the little boy who pulls his ear but worry and scold when he pulls his penis? It’s either because genitals are considered bad, mysterious, or off-limits, or they believe that genital rubbing is a sure sign of psychological disturbance. Neither of these are true.

Most children play with their genitals—expect this somewhere between age of two and six. The reason genital fondling bothers adults is that we tend to view children’s actions through adult eyes. To a child, masturbation is a normal part of discovering these parts of his or her body and the pleasurable feelings that come from them. In exploring their bodies, babies discover that some parts feel more pleasurable than others. Once these areas are discovered those little hands are frequently found there. To a child, massaging his or her genitals is pleasure. It is not “wrong” or “dirty.” Only if a child hears these terms from adults (or picks up on their anxiety) does he or she become worried and confused.

Some religions teach that masturbation is wrong. We do not intend to question this belief or value system. Simply stated, adults who themselves choose not to practice masturbation for moral reasons will have to be wise in how they approach this matter with their babies or young children. There will be ample opportunity for the child as he grows older to be taught how to respect his genitals in a religious sense.

Because children aren’t doing anything “wrong” when they explore or stimulate their genitals, there is no need to scold, shame, humiliate, embarrass, or punish them. Above all, avoid conveying that these are bad body parts. Later sexual hang-ups are often due to mishandling of early sexual issues by overzealous but well-meaning adults. These parents, because they themselves were shamed, frightened, and punished, may never have come to terms with their own sexuality.

1. When masturbation is normal. Understand that the desire to use one’s body parts for pleasure is part of normal sexual development. While it is not necessary to masturbate to have a positive self-image, enjoying one’s body parts contributes to developing healthy sexuality and liking one’s body. So occasional genital massage is not dirty, harmful, or a signal of an underlying emotional disturbance or of problem parenting. For most kids, it’s a continuing discovery and it feels good. It’s as simple as that.

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12 masturbation old year

Don’t run to call your neighborhood psychologist when your little girl rocks on her tricycle seat or your little boy puts his hands down his pants. Instead, stop and consider why this subject makes you squirm. The very word “masturbation” gives many adults a deeply uncomfortable jolt, accompanied by heavy doses of guilt. If a child pulls his ear or strokes his arm, no one notices. So why do parents ignore the little boy who pulls his ear but worry and scold when he pulls his penis? It’s either because genitals are considered bad, mysterious, or off-limits, or they believe that genital rubbing is a sure sign of psychological disturbance. Neither of these are true.

Most children play with their genitals—expect this somewhere between age of two and six. The reason genital fondling bothers adults is that we tend to view children’s actions through adult eyes. To a child, masturbation is a normal part of discovering these parts of his or her body and the pleasurable feelings that come from them. In exploring their bodies, babies discover that some parts feel more pleasurable than others. Once these areas are discovered those little hands are frequently found there. To a child, massaging his or her genitals is pleasure. It is not “wrong” or “dirty.” Only if a child hears these terms from adults (or picks up on their anxiety) does he or she become worried and confused.

Some religions teach that masturbation is wrong. We do not intend to question this belief or value system. Simply stated, adults who themselves choose not to practice masturbation for moral reasons will have to be wise in how they approach this matter with their babies or young children. There will be ample opportunity for the child as he grows older to be taught how to respect his genitals in a religious sense.

Because children aren’t doing anything “wrong” when they explore or stimulate their genitals, there is no need to scold, shame, humiliate, embarrass, or punish them. Above all, avoid conveying that these are bad body parts. Later sexual hang-ups are often due to mishandling of early sexual issues by overzealous but well-meaning adults. These parents, because they themselves were shamed, frightened, and punished, may never have come to terms with their own sexuality.

1. When masturbation is normal. Understand that the desire to use one’s body parts for pleasure is part of normal sexual development. While it is not necessary to masturbate to have a positive self-image, enjoying one’s body parts contributes to developing healthy sexuality and liking one’s body. So occasional genital massage is not dirty, harmful, or a signal of an underlying emotional disturbance or of problem parenting. For most kids, it’s a continuing discovery and it feels good. It’s as simple as that.

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