I just don't understand why you would still intentionally have children with someone you could believe would do that to your kids, if that makes sense?
Or, how would you react if your partner didn't trust you with your own children, just because they thought you could sexually abuse them?
Again, it's just a general you and I know it might come across as attacking someone and it's not intentional, I'm genuinely trying to understand is all.
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26-05-2012 02:02 #21Senior Member
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26-05-2012 07:03 #22
Educating the children can only do so much. Grooming involves a lot of manipulation by an adult and children are just too vulnerable. I think that abuse happens slowly, it's not so much the sleep over, but the regular contact with someone they trust
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26-05-2012 10:55 #23
There are only a handfull of people I trust with my kids.
26-05-2012 11:58 #24
In my eyes, it's like understanding that everytime you get into a car, you could be in a fatal accident. Chances are not huge of it happening, but it's still better to be aware of that and therefore extra careful, then not be prepared for it at all.
26-05-2012 12:31 #25Senior Member
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This thread really caught my eye because I am counting down the minutes until I can go and get my 7 year old DS from his friends house. This is the first time I have ever left him with anyone except family and it is with a lady who I have known quite well for over a year now. I am still struggling a little though lol
26-05-2012 12:32 #26
I have a few friends I'd trust, it's more a matter of not wanting to inflict my kids on others.
We have a lot of family who are happy to watch our kids.
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