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My Math Teacher Had Touched A Lot Of Us Girls No One Told Should I
Tips for teachers: Add is very common and there are lots of resources. The chadd.Org webise has an excellent handout of prractical classroom interventions for teachers. It should not be hard to find once you go their website - you will be pleased with the abundance of resources they have. ...Read more
I took my 5yr old 2 a dr coz she told her teacher that her vagina is sore coz daddy touched her. The dr said she has severe uti, I dnt know what 2 thin?
Troublesome issue: In my location, such a statement by a 5 yr old would lead to a forensic (evidence style) interview by a specialist in child sexual exploitation and a thorough investigation of the family.Kids rarely make up stories about something so specific,although the kid may view rough washing of her genitals in this way.Most dads avoid any contact with this area in a 5 yo. ...Read more
Touched girls vagina quickly (one second), did not finger. Washed my hands throughly before touching my own genitals. Can HPV still stay on fingers?
Highly unlikely: Hpv is passed on through genital contact, most often during vaginal and anal sex. Hpv may also be passed on during oral sex and genital-to-genital contact. I think the extremely brief exposure, the nature of the exposure, and your prompt handwashing make it extremely unlikely that you became infected with hpv under those circumstances. ...Read more
My five year blacked out and beated up 3 students and 3 teachers. She cried for 3 and half hours straight. No one could calm her down. What do I do?
Seek help: It sounds like your child is in crisis. I would take him/her to the pediatrician right away. It's not clear what you meant by "blacking out" but this is not typical behavior and may mean that your child is struggling with physical and/or mental health problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Teach handwashing: There is no better and simpler way to prevent transmission of disease than washing hands with soap and water. Not only tell the kids to do it but also show them how to do it yourself. When they start getting colds and flu, make sure they know how to avoid touching their faces and to cough into their sleeves plus wash hands well. ...Read more
What do you mean?: When you say 'touched your thigh' that has many meanings - did they purposefully place their hand on you, was it an apparent accident ? If you feel it was purposeful and made you feel uncomfortable you should discuss with someone. ...Read more
How do I deal with the pain and side effects of breaking my cafffiene addictiction? I have support from a teacher at my school who is the one that me actually thinking about quiting. What do I do?
Taper off: If you look at how much caffeine you are taking in then taper yourself off you can avoid the discomfort of just quitting all caffeine. For exampe if you drink 6 cups of coffee and 3 sodas a day, cut down to 6 cups of coffee and 2 sodas a day for a week. Then cut down each week by one caffeinated beverage until you are off or down to no more than 1-2 per day. ...Read more
I have to do an oral exam with my teachers but with one particular teacher I get these anxiety attacks is there anyway to stop or control them?
CBT: Seek a cognitive-behavioral therapist who specializes in phobias. One method they use is systematic desensitization which slowly and incrementally brings the person closer and closer to the thing they are afraid of in slow, graduated steps that help make the anxiety more tolerable. ...Read more
I hav a lot of hypos, am a swimming teacher so can be in the pool for 4 hours at a time.What should I do to remain safe and keep glucose up .
Healthy meals: You want your sugar to remain stable rather spiking, because that leads to rapid drops. Make sure your meals contain protein and healthy fats, not just carbs. Eat something that has all 3 components about every 3-4 hours. Don't ignore your first warning signs that something is "off" -- take a short break and eat something. Raw almonds or walnuts can make a good snack. ...Read more