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Should I disown my Dad?

Postby maybejustonce » Sun Aug 05, 2007 8:42 pm

Hi everyone.

After morris mouse's reply I felt that I didn't need to hear any more. He proved that my feelings of repulsion and dejection were justified.

Thank you xx
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Re: Should I disown my Dad?

Postby morris mouse » Sun Aug 05, 2007 11:42 pm

maybejustonce wrote: I have a step dad, step brother and step sister that I absolutely adore and I am incredibly close to my Mum, Gran and cousins


What a terrible position to find yourself in. :(
I understand that you're very shocked at this happening [especially it
being your dad that's involved :o ]

It was a very good idea to tell your mum [well done]


As you'll no doubt already know,it's NOT healthy for your dad
to be doing such things [ie:child porn]

The main thing for you to do,just now,is to keep yourself VERY
You mention that you've got relatives,who'll look after you. It would be
very wise [as soon as possible] to be in their company just now.

**Please consider,too,to tell the police about this**
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Postby maybejustonce » Mon Aug 06, 2007 12:17 am

Thanks so much for your reply.

I'm going to stay with my friend for a few days then I'm going home.

My plan is to remain pleasant and to keep a low profile then get in touch with him when I go home perhaps via e-mail or a letter maybe. I'm going to tell him that since he's my Dad I'm going to assume his involvement in all this starts and ends with those few pictures and videos but all the same I won't have anything to do with him until he gets help.

I'm just looking forward to getting away from all this...
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