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Old 03-15-2018, 02:23 PM   #1
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So my niece is 14. Rewind to age 7. Her and a boy also 7 engaged in oral sex. She began do this behavior with dolls. Age 11 she and a female cousin humped each other. Acting sexually with animals ( pressed dogs mouth to privates and humped sister. At age 11. now 14 and having sexual thoughts toward younger children. What could have possibly happened to her to make her like this? Alot of kids are sexually abused or sexualized and not like this. She remembers no abuse by an adult.
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Can someone please help me?
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Old 03-16-2018, 11:10 PM   #3
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She needs to get into see a child psychologist. Not normal behaviour. Not sure what else to say.
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Agree about a therapist for her. Are you saying she's now doing this to younger children than her?
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She has been goosing her younger sister. She did hump her sister when she was 11 and her sister was 3. My question is where does thos behavior come from?
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK219218/

I don't know. I found this article of interest. It's lengthy and contains several theories.

How did her parents handle that incident that happened at the age of 7? Was she placed into counseling at that point?

What are your theories as to what could have brought about this stunt in her developmemt? And how are her parents protecting the 3 year old from all of this inappropriate touching?
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Shes in therapy but still having trouble.
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