samsella wrote at 2013-05-15 02:42:28
I disagree with this "answer/advice" though I understand in some way why it was written the way it was.  Nevertheless I think it could be very damaging.  I think this girl needs to be made aware that what happened to her was SEXUAL ABUSE! That it was VERY wrong of him to do this to her and he violated what should be a very different relationship.  It is very normal to feel aroused and excited by such an experience when there is no fear or violence involved but this makes it no less wrong.  This experience will affect her for the rest of her life and she needs to speak to someone to work through this.  Why would she have come to this forum if not to get some kind of help and you have basically told her there is nothing wrong with what her father did to her.  Although I'm sure she loves her father dearly, he needs to be brought to justice or other little girls may also be abused.  


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