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I would like to know if I need to take my 7 year old daughter

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I would like to know if I need to take my 7 year old daughter for assessments. She is battling to fit in with her own age group at school, according to her teacher she is more advanced / mature than the kids in her grade. She tends to play with kids 2 to 3 years her senior. She is extreemly domineering which according to her teacher frightens the kids in her grade. She tends to lie a lot and is a very whining child. She is very affectionate and lovable sometimes to the point that I need to ask her to give me some space. I have just learnt that she has been speaking about Sex to her friends, at this age it concerns me. Her dad and I divorced when she was 2 years old. I have remarried and her dad is engaged to be married. He has another daughter with his finace who is now 2 years old. I am worried that our divorce is only affecting her now as she constantly asks me to go back to her dad so we can all live together. She is not a depressed child but I am worried it might turn to that as I am forever disciplining her.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Parenting
Expert:  Joan-Mod replied 7 years ago.
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