Child sexual experimentation

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Postby Anonymous02 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:17 pm

Thank you Richard, actually I have recently got a job :) it will hopefully be a good distraction for me as I usually have the same routine, waking up early going to school coming back then bed over and over again, it’s quiet depressing so I’ve decided to get a job, and I don’t read any books, maybe I should. So may I ask one more question? Can a child really be held responsible for sexual abuse of some sort? And what makes it to be sexual abuse? I’m sorry for the questions but I’m just confused and I would like to have a full understanding.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:39 pm

Go study, go read a book, go to work, go to the gym, go make some friends, go out and get engaged with life. Do anything...and I mean anything that keeps you cognitively active.

In addition to the above...get off the Internet. It is only because you can have these repetitive anonymous conversations across multiple forums day after day after day that you become obsessed, regardless of how many times the question has already been answered. The Internet is not healthy for you. Shut it down, disconnect, don't log on. Go out into the real world.

And I'm not going to engage with you anymore over these repetitive questions that have been answered time and time and time again. Why? Because it doesn't help you. In fact, it hurts you as with each repetition it does nothing but keep the topic fresh in your mind. This does you a disservice as it distracts you from the real issues in life, the actual issues and goals you should be pursuing in life.

Good luck.
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Postby Anonymous02 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 3:12 pm

I understand this but the major thing for me is if my cousin was to remember this and thought I done something bad and put me in an awkward place where I have to try and explain to them, in which case people in my family might start to dislike me because they think I’ve done something wrong, it’s embarrising. Thank you.
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Postby Kasper » Wed May 30, 2018 10:10 am

CHRIST KEEP IT TO YOURSELF! you will legitimate cause harm where there is none. LOOK, there is a reason rape victims dont tell not including threats. Its easier to just make it disappear. Girls a good at it. I am not comparing what you did to rape. If your underage a cop will tell your parents. Having the whole family know will be devastating to a girl. If she seems like she doesn't remember so be it, if she has a problem with it she will come to you.
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Postby DrPsychFeels » Thu May 31, 2018 9:08 pm

Anonymous02 wrote:So there is no way I could get into trouble with police or the law IF they was to know?


Your obsession over this would most likely be a symptom of the OCD. Get in treatment for that and you'll be able to see this incident through a clearer lens.

I have yet to come across someone who has an anxiety problem who can perceive external events with consistent accuracy. Work on your emotional issues and your perceptions will work themselves out.
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Postby Anonymous02 » Thu May 31, 2018 10:25 pm

Thanks, actually I have recently been diagnosed with OCD and depression. That may explain the constant reassurance and thinking I’m a bad person, there’s a lot on my mind and this may sound strange but I’m desperate to feel happy and normal again. Thank you again
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