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Originally Posted by Curious Me
With scrunched together eybrows and my mouth droppped, I ask "Huh?????????????????????????????"
First, I'm searching my memory bank (many, many years of having sex) and I can't find anything that sounds like fighting.
Second, WHY would a parent tell their child that they are fighting when they are doing something quite the opposite? How did he even come up with that? Why did you warn him not to say that -- has he said that before? Is that what his parents would say to him? If you were a child, would that be a plausible explanation for those noises? Would you feel lied to? Deceived? Would you trust your parents to tell you the truth about things? Is the fighting so common that's it's dismissed simply with "...go back to bed." ???
I am genuinely curious and confused here.
Jessica, mama to Emma, 7, Mattie, 5.5 and Lilly, 3 and someone new this Halloween-ish.
|Also, as a general question to everyone, do you try to be quiet and not make much noise? Or do you just do your normal thing?|
Originally Posted by JoyofBirth
I was also sexually abused as a child. I've been wondering if I will tell my children that I was abused. Also, as a general question to everyone, do you try to be quiet and not make much noise? Or do you just do your normal thing?
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