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    mmmm47 posted:
    My 14 year old, my oldest, seems to be masturbating all the time. We catch him often, not looking for it. Too easy to catch worried about other three children in the house. He has NLD and I guess does not know his boundaries. Help!
    momuv4girls responded:
    Does your son have a child psychologist you work with ?? If not, that is the route I would suggest.

    It would help with many aspects of his life, as NLD can have many struggles and need to learn appropriate life long skills.

    Take care,
    mmmm47 replied to momuv4girls's response:
    Yes, he does have a psychiatrist he sees often. Working with a social group as well. He is a great kid. Just can not his impulses. Has been like this about many things not just the current activity. He does have ADD as well. I could go on...
    Boyzmomee responded:
    Can he be redirected to his bedroom where people knock before they come in?

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