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BANGKOK 24 May 2019 20:47
charliechoc

Teaching 'protective behaviours' to my daughter

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1 hour ago, kingstonkid said:

Op

 

A lot of us that have been here for a while tend to rightly or wrongly look at posts like yours through lenses that can be jaded and assume that you are just someone with nothing to do that wants to cause trouble or waste time.  Hence you are called a troll.  There is o such thing as a troll stick but what is being said is that this is not a real post or problem.  It just seems too weird to be true type of thing.

 

That being said:

 

If you are sincere then you have no way of stopping this action.  Barring moving back to wherever you came from and take your daughter. with you.

 

This is something that your wife is the only one that can resolve.  It is up to her and really her alone.  If you take any action then nothing will get done as you have found ut.  

 

If your wife lays down the law then the family will take it seriously.

 

As to teaching your daughter again not your job as much as you want to protect her this is the wife's.  

 

Talk to her come up with a resolution that you can accept and let her handle it.

 

 

 

 

I disagree it is up to both parents to teach protective behaviours, they do it as a regular part of parenting

Protective Behaviours develops personal safety skills that can be used by children, young people and adults to keep them safe and work towards reducing violence and abuse in the community. Over recent years there has been an increased awareness of all aspects of children's safety, particularly that of personal safety.

 

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I suggest you start here
 
 
 
 
Protective Behaviours develops personal safety skills that can be used by children, young people and adults to keep them safe and work towards reducing violence and abuse in the community. Over recent years there has been an increased awareness of all aspects of children's safety, particularly that of personal safety.

Protective Behaviours

 
 

Protective behaviours to teach your children

 
 
May 20, 2015 - You can start teaching children as young as 2-3 years of age about their bodies and personal boundaries. Naming body parts - When in the ...
 
 
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A mate of mine lives in Sisaket and his FIL is a filthy drunken pig. He's constantly trying to watch the girls shower and my mate actually woke up during the night to find him at the window of their bedroom. He yelled out and the old pig took off.

He gets on the whiskey and loses control to the point where he's just a perverted old pig.

Not sure how true this bit is but T's wife told him the ole mum shoved chilli in her nether region to keep him away and she's now living with my mate and his wife while the old man is down the road at the family home.

Not a great situation.

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Exactly, trust your instincts. Never let a child alone with any man/boy , always be with them. There’s enough terrible  news in  the papers already, so don’t take a chance.

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4 hours ago, BritManToo said:

My (former) Thai wife once said to me, you and my mother are the only adults I will allow my daughter to be alone with.

I asked what about your brothers, she replied, no they would probably have sex with her.

I asked what about your sisters, she replied, no they would accept money to allow someone to have sex with her.

 

I've always gone alone with her opinions, she know Thais better than me.

Sound like a classy family. What province?

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