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How should you tell your boyfriend that you were abused by your father when it is hard for you to talk about the situation?

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2005-11-21 00:58:57
2005-11-21 00:58:57

Eventhough it IS hard to talk about, you really need to! I myself was abused by my stepbrother for about 6 years, so I can relate. I was 8 when it started and 13 when it ended. I am now 23 and have been with my husband for 6 years. We had sexual problems in the begining. But thank God for my husbands patince and understanding we now have 3 beautiful boys. The more you can talk openly about it the easier it gets. It also helps you to heal. God bless.

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Talk to someone! That's not okay at all.

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You probably should talk to your parents about the situation, I think 11 is a little young to have a boyfriend.

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Well maybe you should ask him or her.But if he is then you might have to make a decision between your boyfriend or your abused friend.

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You are in a messy situation. You should talk to a lawyer.

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No animal should be abused

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When you and your mother and father think your mature anothf.

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"should"? Seriously, there is no "should". I'm a fourteen-year old female and I have never dated or had a boyfriend - steady or otherwise. Talk to your parents and get their input on this situation...

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No, if possible your boyfriend (as the father) needs to be involved in bringing up the baby.

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If you mean that he abused her in the past, she should certainly be with another adult if she visits him, and the other adult should keep a close eye on her during the entire visit.

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ask your boyfriend to tell her to back off while he's going out with you and confront her your self with your boyfriend and talk about it.

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No. The father should seek a visitation order and discuss the situation with an attorney.

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In the United States, no. The father should establish his paternity legally if the parents are not married. The mother would encounter problems leaving the country with the child if she attempts to kidnap the child. If she is being abused she should seek the help of an attorney (or court advocate or church) who can review her situation and explain her options. Otherwise she has no right to remove the child and separate her from her father.

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If you are being abused you should contact the proper authorities. Rebeling is not the answer and may only lead you to worse situations. Your father may not be afraid of you but, I'll bet he's afraid of the police.

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if u still r in love wit him and he try to fix the situation

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If you think your boyfriend is then you should tell him how you feel. Talking is the best thing to do in a situation. :) Mine is not and we don't know you so there is no way we can know if yours is.

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Of course, as long as the father has not been deemed unfit by the court. The process should already be underway if the baby has been abused by the mother. The father should already be in contact with Child Protective Services in order to protect his child and document the abuse. He needs to file a petition for full custody.Of course, as long as the father has not been deemed unfit by the court. The process should already be underway if the baby has been abused by the mother. The father should already be in contact with Child Protective Services in order to protect his child and document the abuse. He needs to file a petition for full custody.Of course, as long as the father has not been deemed unfit by the court. The process should already be underway if the baby has been abused by the mother. The father should already be in contact with Child Protective Services in order to protect his child and document the abuse. He needs to file a petition for full custody.Of course, as long as the father has not been deemed unfit by the court. The process should already be underway if the baby has been abused by the mother. The father should already be in contact with Child Protective Services in order to protect his child and document the abuse. He needs to file a petition for full custody.

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call the police and let them handle it or talk it out with him and see whats on his mind.

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encourage her to tell her parents. Go with her to give her more confidence. The boyfriend should also be there to face the situation.

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If you are being abused you need to tell someone!

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if you rode his penis up your vagina, you should definitly get tested! it is always the smartest thing to do! its nice to know who the father is.


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