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What is stopping you from explaining it to your son in more or less the same way you explained it here? He's obviously a pretty sharp kid since he's picked up on the fact that something is wrong with his aunt. I also assume he understands that his grandparents are divorced now. Given that, I don't see why something like the following wouldn't work: ...


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I've been circling around this issue, trying to break it down for a while now and there are a few issues I keep hitting. Putting a young girl's safety in danger is unacceptable. Her mother is the actual source of the danger. If it wasn't your son, there's a good chance it'd be another boy. You're not confident that you have the facts of the situation. ...


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No.Do not make the first step again. This is a difficult question to answer. My takeaway from the context is that your child's father shows little consistency and not much in responsibility. Children need good role models and I feel the last thing your son needs is inconsistency and irresponsibility, the effects of that will cause him confusion and that ...



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