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Groups can offer a safe, protective way for kids to learn.
But at the same time, parents need to discuss not going too far too fast.
It also seems that peers play a role in holding adolescents back from going further.
"If you see physical bruises, it is quite serious abuse, but more often it is much more minor." Pushing, shoving, aggressive, and controlling behaviour are more common.Putting limits on what kids can do gives them time to understand in a more relaxed and informal setting, while giving them the confidence and skills they will need to move away from group settings.Like adults, most kids think their peers are having more sex than they actually are.Parents should always be on the lookout for signs of abuse, especially if their child is having sex.Abuse has been found to increase with sex at a young age.