Posted by: psych | 2009/08/25



i would like to know what are the long term emotional stronghold that children go through when their father died at an early age, and who was being molested by the uncle. what are the consequences.what will the child go through when being trying to find love in the wrong places.wouldnt it affect her to get the affection back from other male friends and using men for sex. what is the psychology behind her problem.will she be able to find a man for herself one day because i think she would be very confused because her father dying at 8 and being molested at 10. will she be used by guys or will guys use her. will she be looking for perfect men or will she not want a nice guy.pls help

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There's really no broad, general answer to such a specific set of ccumstances, as so much depends on the character of the child and others involved, the details of the incidents, how they were handled at the time, etc. There can be long-term effects in terms of the child becoming a person who may feel they need to pay wih sex for affection, and so on. But the only way for the person ( or someone who cares about them ) to deal with such complex situations, would be to see a good shrink, preferably one using Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT ) methods, for a proper assessment and a discussion of treatment alternaives. No bad consequences are inevitable, and with competent help, she could work this ou usefully

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