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Monday, July 18, 2005

Advice please

What do you say to a friend who just found out that her niece was molested? I won't go into details but suffice it to say that this could have been prevented if the grandmother of this child (my friend's mother) had exercised even a tad of common sense. This just angers me and I hope they find this asswipe and he becomes the bent over butt monkey of some really well endowed man named Big Nasty.

Elizabeth at 4:21 PM



at 4:27 PM Blogger kimmyk said...

When something like that happens I don't know what to say...sorry is a good start, but it doesn't take the "situation" away. Maybe just an ear and a shoulder is all you can do for her now. Sorry for her neice. It makes me sick to my stomach to hear these stories...and it seems to be more and more. God bless her and her family..and I hope that whoever touched that child burns in hell.

at 12:54 PM Blogger Danielle said...

This is a touchy subject; I would say Im sorry and ask her if she wanted to talk and try to answer her question best to my ability and listen also

at 5:11 PM Blogger Annejelynn said...

#1 it's not the grandmother's fault per se (although prevention is key)- the fault belongs primarily to the ass hole fuc*er who molested the poor girl...

be supportive. and if you don't know what's going on already (whether professional assistance is being sought), encourage this friend to be supportive of her own mother and her niece. Ultimately, the two of them -gma and the niece- both need to see a professional ASAP; the niece for obvious reasons, and the gma for managing/dealing with the situation and guilt.


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