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Michael wrote at 2013-08-05 14:07:30
Thank you for replying. My niece is currently 7. From what I can remember, the abuse started 3 years ago, it was just prolonged kissing. I didn't "escalate" until last year (exposing myself to her, touching, and to my shame, oral sex). I always made sure she she consented, asking her if she was truly alright with what we were doing. I would always stop if she showed any signs of discomfort. Yes, I'm now aware that there are serious side-effects to what I've done. She currently doesn't seem to have any "observable" problems with me (no signs of injury, she doesn't avoid me) but that might change. I  know that eventually I need to talk about this with our parents, and I'll prepare myself to do so eventually. My only fear is that it will cause conflict and rejection, but I can deal with that.


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