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#1 of Old 01-02-2012, 10:48 PM - Thead Starter
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Hi everyone

I am Stacy and I am a single mom to a 12 year old son. I can't begin to explain things and this is why I joined this forum. It seems it's pretty busy and I am sure I will get some feedback.


Now I am not a troll or playing games but need to explain the past 2 events that took place as to why I need some support here. This may sound like a joke but I can promise everyone that I am real. I am a single mom, lost my husband 5 years ago to a car accident and I miss him dearly.

The morning after Christmas, Dec 26th, I was cleaning up from Christmas and I stripped his bed sheets and I noticed a whitish stain on his bedding. I believe my son had a wet dream which is part of puberty but what if he is also masturbating and it wasn't a wet dream. I am not at all ready to have this conversation with my son.

Now New Years Eve,, we were in a rush to head to a friends party. I told my son to take a shower first and then I will get ready. My son showered, got dressed and ofcourse played his playstation 3 until the very last minute. When I went into the shower, I noticed my son ejaculation on the side of the bathtub. I was furious and besides myself as this is something I don't need to see . I was very upset at him but didn't embarrasse him , actually it took some time to even speak to him.


I haven't said anything yet because I am like speechless.. This is where I am looking for support...



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My kids are girls and much younger, so I have no personal experience with this situation.  If you feel uncomfortable speaking to him about it, does he have a grandpa or uncle who can?  What he's doing is perfectly normal and natural, however, leaving a nasty mess is not.  He is going to have to learn to clean up after himself and apparently, needs someone to tell him this.   Welcome to Baby U and good luck.

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I have teenage boys and have thankfully not had to encounter this. I agree with Lenora and I would have an adult male that your son feels comfortable with have a talk with your son. Or maybe you could buy and book on the subject and lay it on his bed for him? Good luck and welcome to BBU!

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Wow, my kids aren't old enough for this yet but I do have a boy. This is normal but someone needs to talk to him about proper places and times and how to properly clean up after himself. I'm guessing everyone else has the right idea as to have someone talk to him that he trusts like an uncle but that is an awkward situation.

 

I'm guessing as soon as someone does mention it though he won't be leaving it around like that because he will be so unbelievably embarrassed.

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Wow, my kids aren't old enough for this yet but I do have a boy. This is normal but someone needs to talk to him about proper places and times and how to properly clean up after himself. I'm guessing everyone else has the right idea as to have someone talk to him that he trusts like an uncle but that is an awkward situation.

 

I'm guessing as soon as someone does mention it though he won't be leaving it around like that because he will be so unbelievably embarrassed.

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It's very difficult to survive in whole word for signal mother. They have responsibility to give them good education and life.
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