It just seems to me that people are to concerned with uploading videos and posting them on facebook etc, to stop and think to help out the person in trouble. That's what saddens me that we seem to no longer have empathy for others. I understand what you're saying, but I think that the reason why it's such a concern more than it has been before is because we are in quicker, wireless communication with each other, whether it be a text, instant message, Facebook comment, or even a cell phone call. Human sympathy didn't extend very far back in historical times, specifically Western civ, because that's what I know about right now.
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It's normal for kids to touch themselves -- but parents don't always know how to respond By Susan McClelland Jun 8, Of all the surprises that came with being a mom, this was the biggest: My youngest, for instance, likes to splay her legs over the sides of the bathtub and caress her, well, you know. And when my other daughter was three years old, she frequently danced naked, running her fingers up and down her torso and in between her, well, you know. I asked other moms if this behaviour was normal. And if it is, is it so bad? I know my reaction to their behaviour can have long-term consequences on their self-esteem. So I decided to go to the experts for advice.
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Toddler Masturbation Jan I work in a group of children who are all around two and a half, potty training age. Naturally the children are interested in viewing one another using the potty and recently they have been interested in what the opposite sex has underneath pants and one or two masterbates at nap time. The problem is that a couple of the assistants are uncomfortable about this. I have spoken to them repeatedly, mentioning this is normal curious behavior for the kid's age, just extra hand washing is needed, but it seems like they just can't stop muttering about it to one another. If I can hear so can the kids.
My five-year-old daughter was constantly "grinding" on her chair in school last year and I had numerous meetings with her teacher. She has done this grinding since she was a baby. I can remember her doing it in her high chair and she also does it in her car seat.