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Doctor insights on: Parent Confront Cross Dressing

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Should parents confront kids about cross-dressing?

Should parents confront kids about cross-dressing?

Confront - No.: I would not recommend confronting them as that will put the kids in a defensive posture. An open conversation would be the better approach. ...Read more

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Why did my parents confront me about my cross-dressing?

They are concerned: Any lifestyle choice that differs from your parents will be difficult for them. Particularly one they don't understand. If they didn't care they wouldn't be involved in your life. This confrontation could be a sign they are willing to accept you because they are concerned about you. Keeping the lines of communication open can help to keep this from splitting you apart, causing much more damage. ...Read more

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Why did my parents never confront me about cross-dressing?

Either they did not: Know, or were in denial and did not let themselves notice the signs that you needed help. Either way, if you want help, you are old enough to get it now on your own. We cannot change what our parents did or did not do when we were growing up, only accept that all parents make mistakes and we need to do what we can to repair any problems that may have arisen due 2 their lack of knowledge or neglect. ...Read more

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What would u do if u found bf was cross-dressing?

What would u do if u found bf was cross-dressing?

Depends: Cross dressing is a type of sexual fetish. It does not mean the bf is gay, but is an alternate way for him to enhance his sexuality. With discussion you can have the options of ending the relationship if you cannot handle it, ignoring it if infrequent, or assisting in it which you might find enhancing for yourself and/or improve things with the bf. ...Read more

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Is cross dressing a religiiously wrong thing to do ?

Is cross dressing a religiiously wrong thing to do ?

Probably not: While religions have a great deal to say about personal behavior, I am not aware of any specific statements regarding cross dressing. The decision to do this in public vs in private relates to the tolerance and understanding of ones personal friends and acquaintances. ...Read more

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Do many 13 year old boys go through a cross dressing phase?

Do many 13 year old boys go through a cross dressing phase?

See below: I would suggest you might want to consult a therapist to see if there are any issues troubling your child. Some of this issues can be dealt with by a professional who can talk through these issues. ...Read more

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Is cross dressing a mental health issue?

Is cross dressing a mental health issue?

Cross Dressing: Cross dressing is not a mental health issue unless it interferes with work or important relationships. For instance, if a married man cross dresses in private but cannot share it with his wife, he must do a lot to hide the behavior and also may feel distant from his wife. However, if someone cross dresses and has a good social group, good outlets for dressing, his or her mental health can be good. ...Read more

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Can anyone please help me out so I can stop my cross dressing?

Mutual support helps: Consider attending a meeting of sex and love addicts anonymous, where you may find others who are involved in a process of recovery from similar obsessions and compulsive behaviors. ...Read more

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What would you do if you found out your sibling was cross-dressing?

Me?: I'd probably tease him or her relentlessly, but I am a horrible brother. Being supportive and understanding would be more mature. ...Read more

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What would you do if you found out your sibling or cousin was cross-dressing?

Support and talk: This is their personal decision. You can try talking to them, but ultimately you have to decide wether to support them or not. This is a tough decision for you and i wish you the best. ...Read more

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If a parent is a user, will the kid be too?

If a parent is a user, will the kid be too?

It's depends: daughters of mothers who are addicted and sons of fathers who are addicts have higher likelihood of inheriting a physiological predisposition to become addicted (about 50% chance). This is due to both nature and nurture. ...Read more

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Why is community support important for parenting?

Why is community support important for parenting?

Stress reduction: Parenting is the most important job one can have and therefore support in the process from fellow parents is critical to helping keep the stress under control. Whether this comes formally through support groups or informally through friends and family, support is part of self care and helps us keep our stress at bay. Support can provide us with tips and relief in times of need. ...Read more

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Is it legal for a parent to slap his child in the u.S.?

Is it legal for a parent to slap his child in the u.S.?

Yes but: Each culture defines what its usual forms of acceptable parenting include. Within the American culture, you may be carted off to jail for child endangerment if your neighbor reports this kind of "parenting". Less so if you slapped the kids rear end, but you cross the wrong taboo here and you will need a lawyer. ...Read more

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What happens to a child if his or her parent becomes mentally ill?

What happens to a child if his or her parent becomes mentally ill?

Depends: The staff dealing with the parent will generally include social workers & mental health nurses that are well aware of the needs of the extended family. Children of an impaired parent will be placed when possible with family members or may need temporary foster care. In my state the facility works with family services to identify & provide these services when needed. ...Read more

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What are the chances of a baby contracting add if only one parent has add?

What are the chances of a baby contracting add if only one parent has add?

Some chance: There is robust evidence of the genetic heritability of adhd. Twin studies and family studies point to a genetic heritability of up to 60%. A sibling of a child with adhd has a 3x increase of risk for adhd. ...Read more

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What is it like being a teen parent and what are some of the risks/outcomes of your baby ?

What is it like being a teen parent and what are some of the risks/outcomes of your baby ?

Teen parenting: Highly challenging! first of all pregnancy itself is high risk with increased incidence of pregnancy induced hypertensiona etc. Then challenges of raising the baby with increased demands if new born---- needs adult help and supervision. ...Read more

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Can parents attend sex ED classes?

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Can parents attend sex ED classes?

Here are some ...: Traditional and local social taboo has barred something to happen and someone to participate in certain aspects of life without justifiable reason for mental supremacy and discrimination. But, I do feel parents' attending sex Ed Class will help and improve its intended effectiveness. Nonetheless, ask and try so to testify how it may pan out at where you're. Best wish... ...Read more

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