Hi Amy! I have three daughters ages 15, 13, and 10 and have a question about our year-old. She could tell us that it felt good and helped her sleep faster and better.
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However, pointing kids toward the healthy relational versus solo purposes of marital sex is usually the most helpful way to orient your talks. Keep your objectives simple and your references mature and to the point. Your growing children will be comforted and aided by your kind, mature wisdom and gentle direction.
I'm going to level with you: Male masturbation isn't all that mysterious. It comes down to a guy hunched over his keyboard or phone, grunting and sweating and forcefully going at his penis. It might be better to leave yourself in the dark. It's like how most horror movies go downhill after you get a full view of the monster, except in this case it's just a guy masturbating, not a monster.
By Sabine Walter, Pierre A. For many parents and teens, the idea of talking about masturbation sounds like an exercise in horrendous discomfort and awkward silences. But, in fact, many kids have questions about masturbation.
Recently, we posted an article about moving past shame and talking to kids about masturbation. So why are we posting an additional article focusing on talking to our daughters about masturbation? Let me answer that question with a question: Why do we get so worried when our daughters masturbate?
You might wonder why a tech guy would ever try to write about masturbation. This one word causes awkward squirming and lack of eye-contact like no other. I know this because I respond almost daily to blog comments at Covenant Eyes from teens who desperately want to break free from habitual masturbation.
Got questions about masturbation? Well, no one can blame you for not wanting to run to your parents or teachers about it. Never fear - there's a good chance you'll find the answer you're looking for on this page.