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Older son recently started to make size jokes

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Hi

I am a mother of two boys, one is 22 and the other is 18. My older son has recently started to make penis size chokes about my younger son, saying something like "this is the size of your penis" and holding up small objects. My sons are around each other a lot so they could have seen each others penises. My younger son does not fight back though and just looks kind of sad. I, as a mother, do not know what to say in these situations. Should i talk to my younger son about it. I am curious how small his penis could be to warrant such remarks by my other son. I am a nurse and have seen my younger son's penis many times when he was young of course. Should I try to see it now or talk to his pediatrician about it? Any other mothers or people can help me?


Sincerely,
Concerned Mom
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replied November 1st, 2014
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern.

Based upon a taunt one cant really suspect such a problem. You may have a conversation with your younger kid to encourage him to seek help if he feels any issue that is bothering him. You may also have a talk with your older son about not bothering his brother on such issues.


Let me know if you have any query

thanks


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replied November 5th, 2014
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Sometimes you can also ask their father's help in talking these things out w/ them. Just a thought, as he may have another way of dealing w/ it?
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