On the positive side, the Bible has lots to say about the goodness of sex.(Gen -25, 1 Cor 7:5, Song of Songs) Sex is part of God’s good creation and sexual urges is not a sign of sin but a part of being human.Masturbation can’t lead to pregnancy or cause a sexually transmitted disease (STD) either.People of all ages masturbate—from infants to people who are much older. A lot of people believe that masturbation is a normal, healthy thing to do.
Sex in marriage is good, but any other sexual activity is a distortion of that goodness.I have stopped from doing it for about 3 weeks now but I fell attemped every day. The Bible doesn’t say much directly about masturbation.(Some people point to Genesis 38:9, but that’s not really about masturbation.) The Bible doesn’t seem to condemn the actual act of masturbation, but there’s more going on in our minds if we do it.According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, if your child masturbates constantly or excessively, it may be a sign she's feeling anxious, emotionally overwhelmed, or isn't getting enough attention at home.If you think this may be the case, check in with her doctor for advice. You may have already told your child that some of her parts are private, and that only she, her parents, or a doctor may touch them.
She may be just as curious about her genitals as she is about her fingers, toes, and belly button – and if she's recently switched from diapers to underpants, she may be able to get to them for the first time."When parents first see this kind of exploration, they wonder 'is this normal? Masturbation in young children isn't sexual (as it is for adults) because young children don't know what sex is.