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baconrind baconrind 26-30, M 11 Answers Dec 12, 2013 in Community

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you shouldn't have to ask. The answer is yes and questions should be asked to determine the level of the sexual abuse occurring.

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What the frakking hell? That is just a wee bit disturbing dude. Yikes.

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I would ask your ex about this.

He could just be doing it for "shock value" ...

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i think that your kid has developed a lying habit just as my brother has developed to evolve a world war at the home....

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Haha. My son is the most honest boy in the world

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lucky you...'cause even my dad's not honest in the house let alone my brother...

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Pedo & Cheating alert. Be on the look-out!

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Just calmly have your son go over all of what a massage entails. If he's offering you one, there's a chance he'll describe one too. The last thing you want is to make him feel guilty if anything inappropriate is going on.

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You need to start asking questions , that does not sound good at all , I would not let child my back over there in till you can figure out what the hell all that stuff is all about !! There a lot off sick people out there that pry on kids an the parents don't know anything is wrong in till the child , is telling / or went to someone about it .. The mother should not even allow that type thing to even be going on in the first place ..Good Luck With That One..

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