Her hand in side his pants
Q: My daughter 5 has a habit of putting her hand down her pants, even when other people are around. Often, it's when she's engrossed in TV or something, and she doesn't even seem aware of it. I don't want to give her hang-ups by telling her off, but it's embarrassing, and a bit of a worry in public when you do not know how others are reacting especially potential paedophiles. I've also noticed that she seems a bit sore down there at times. How should I handle this?
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Question: My seven-year-old son has got into the habit of putting his hands down his pants and leaving them there. He tends to do it while watching TV and it seems purely a comfort thing. I tell him to stop and he takes his hands away but then a few minutes later he puts them back. This seems a bit worrying that he is doing it when he is outside the home and in public. I was also quite embarrassed when both the teacher and childminder had noticed.
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Think about how you like to relax at home. Many men naturally reach for their junk both in private and in public without batting an eye. This includes fully submerging your hands in your underwear, occasionally reaching down to adjust your package, or even just playing a little pocket pool. Lodging your hands between your precious jewels and the potential hazards of the outside world makes you feel comfortable and safe, says Vanessa Van Edwards, author of Human Lie Detection and Body Language Your Guide to Reading People's Nonverbal Behavior.