Child Psychology and Behaviour

Daughter filmed self.

Kris Taylor
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Oct 25, 2017

Just found videos and pictures on my 5yo daughters ipad which she took of herself in the mirror. She's been behaving hyper sexual recently, and I'm startimg to suspect abuse by her aunt. I've got her fondling herself in the mirror before, but now she is apparently recording herself on her ipads camera. She's even making sexual noises and using vulgar language. She got the ipad for games only, and it has an app that blocks adult websites. I don't know how she has learned this or what to do about it. Is this normal curiosity for a girl who is 5? I don't want to embarass her if it is.

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Kavi Parv Sukhija

| Oct 26, 2017

Hi Kris You are not sure whether her aunt is guilty or not. Your daughter is also saying "no" about her aunt. So you can show her pictures of daycare staff and ask your daughter. Ask her whom she likes most in daycare. Why she likes her. Sometimes kids don't reply directly. But while playing some questionnaire and games you can expect that She will revert. Give her some Art sheets and Colours to express her views or to draw whatever she likes most.

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Samriti

| Oct 26, 2017

hi kris, you should immediately install live camera at home and monitor your daughter and her aunt. it seems to be more searious then you observed and you saw on ipad. you must also consult a child psychologist who can figure out the issue and also resolve it.

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 26, 2017

hi Kris Taylor ! if feasible install cctv or record with a phone.

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Kris Taylor

| Oct 26, 2017

I'm not sure how to do this. I asked my daughter if her aunt has touched her privates and she looked bashful and smiled and said no.

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 25, 2017

hi Kris ! u need to catch her Aunt red handed and report the matter to police.. ur child's future can be affected due to all this abuse and sexual exploitation.

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