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    4 year old giving himself arm hickys?
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    crentchler posted:
    My ds has started giving himself hickys on his arm. We went to the dr for his 4 year checkup and i mentioned it to her and she started talking about self mutilization and seeing a psych doctor. That seems a little extreme to me. What do you guys think?
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    VicsEandJ responded:
    How does he give himself an arm hicky?
     
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    crentchler replied to VicsEandJ's response:
    The same way anyone gets a hicky, i'd assume, except he does it to his own arm. I have never actually SEEN him do it, just the resulting "hicky"
     
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    shell45 responded:
    my granddaughter has been doing that i have custody of her now and she didnt start doing it till she got back around her dad.


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