When I was studying for Step 3, this was another QBank question I came across:
A 46 y.o. woman comes to the office for a health maintenance exam. Her exam is completely normal, but you notice that she has become fidgety as you turn to leave the room. You ask if there is anything bothering her and she tells you that she is concerned about her 15 year old son, who is also your patient. She says that she has walked in on her son masturbating six times in the past 2 weeks, and she found a "heterosexual adult magazine" under his mattress. She is worried about this "behavior". The most appropriate response to this patient is:
(A) From what you have told me, this seems like completely normal behavior for an adolescent boy
(B) He will regret it later on in life; masturbating causes infertility.
(C) I wish I could help but it seems that you need to take him to a psychiatrist for evaluation.
(D) It sounds like there is more to this story than you are telling me; he must have been sexually abused as a child.
(E) You should make him an appointment to see me as soon as possible; I need to evaluate him for a paraphilia.
(F) You should reprimand him next time you walk in on him masturbating.
I don't remember what the answer was, but I think I would go with:
(G) Learn to fucking KNOCK
Seriously, that poor (hypothetical) kid...