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sexual misconduct

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by RaymondSoltysek, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. RaymondSoltysek

    RaymondSoltysek New commenter

    But this poster...
    BECAME this poster
    after TES ASKED him to join under his own name. After a short time, this poster
    ceased to post at all, and there was only one occasion when posts from both posters appeared in the same thread.
    Certainly this poster
    never ever borrowed this poster's
    laptop while still logged on to TES. [​IMG]

  2. YesMrBronson

    YesMrBronson New commenter

    Well you could hardly 'borrow' it from yourself.

    Thanks for your input.
  3. Sexual misconduct is a sign that a child is sexually acting out by which means that you should talk to his parents as soon as possible with the help of the school counselor. Its very important for the parents to know about their child's behavior so that they can intervene as early as possible to prevent further more complications. Reinforcing to the parents that they should discuss to their children about the risks of being sexually active like the diseases such as HPV, STD, HIV, SYPH and etc.
  4. joedoggyuk

    joedoggyuk New commenter

    I get the last word in, I win; Q.E.D.
    I'm impressed at how long this "debate" went on for. And, when I say impressed, I mean amused at how many people believe debate is won by having the last word. And, when I say debate, what I really mean is ....it doesn't matter, my film has finished downloading. Time for some Clint Eastwood. Ye ha!
  5. afterdark

    afterdark Lead commenter

    You do, by denial of such ,,,,
    So anyone who says something that you don't agree with is in a fantasy world...gosh you sound just like Ray...
    What? you must be jesting...
    o..I see you must be...
    wrong again...
    not from my point of view.
    Happy holidays

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