can be a sexual predator, no matter how "normal" or trustworthy they may seem.
There are many types of abuse and dangers that should be discussed with your child, but it is also very important to consider your child’s age when discussing these sensitive topics.
Sexual thoughts and behaviors can become problematic if they become unmanageable and out of control.
They also report high levels of guilt, shame, and distress over their behavior. The cause of sex addiction is unknown, but biopsychosocial factors may contribute to the development of the addiction.When speaking to adolescents and teenagers, you may find that they consider themselves invincible and may not take the dangers and warnings seriously.It is difficult, but necessary, to find the delicate balance between under-sharing the dangers of child predators and over-sharing them to your children.Your therapist is trained to remain very professional and help you talk openly about your sexuality.Your therapist might suggest books or other materials that will help you acquire knowledge about the issues and challenges you are facing in your sex life.