Marital rape

Esrae - posted on 06/08/2015 ( 6 moms have responded )

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Need real life advice
Brief history: my daughter was molested by my step father. He is now incarcerated. My family and I have cut contact with a significant amount of my family as they continued to support the pedophile, including my own mother.

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~♥Little Miss - posted on 06/10/2015

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Well, maybe you created a new account. This is a very rare situation and it is the exact same as the other one.

I will say the same thing I said on the other post like this, talk with your dad. And no, I would not tell my children this. Why would I???

Esrae - posted on 06/10/2015

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I looked back at the questions I've posed and/or answered. I did not see anything in this regards. Hmm... Maybe someone with similar issue I don't know. Sorry

~♥Little Miss - posted on 06/10/2015

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Yes, you HAVE asked this before. I have answered this also.

Dove - posted on 06/09/2015

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Whether it's true or not this other person had NO business dumping it on you. I would not cut ties w/ your father over it if you have a good relationship w/ him. I would not want my children to cut ties w/ their father over that reason (if they had reasons of their own... fine, but not for this) either.

Raye - posted on 06/09/2015

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I've seen something very similar to this before, too, Michelle.

Esrae, Has your mother told you this happened to her? If not, then don't do anything until it's confirmed. If it is confirmed by your mom, then you should think about what kind of relationship you want with your father. He may not have considered it rape, as some men believe the wife must pleasure the husband whenever he feels like it. They don't believe a wife has a right to say no. Sadly many wives believe this too. In any event, marital rape does not equal pedophile. Your children should not be in danger from your father. If you're concerned, you should talk to your father, and let him know that any improper behavior will result in him being removed from the lives of yourself and your kids. I don't know how many kids you have, but especially since the incident with your daughter the kids should know "bad touching" and should be able to tell the person to stop, and tell you if anything were to happen.

Michelle - posted on 06/09/2015

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Haven't you asked this before? I'm sure I've replied to this exact question.

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