Our expert says:
Taking her to see a child shrink sounds like a fair idea ( and of course you would ask to see the shrink first, to outline the nature of your concerns ). Be cautious that while its excellent to try to bring up a child with good morals, its best if they learn the basic moral principles so as to be able to make their own decisions on moral matters, rather than just accepting your own viewpoint. And try not to give her too negative a view of sex, or men, or such matters, as these are possibly more likely to handicap her in later life than whatever her father did or did not do. Any good child psychiatrist or child psychologist ought to be able to help, having heard your point of view, to then calmly and objectively discuss things with your daughter, assess whether she is bothered or negatively affected, and help her to deal with such situations in future
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