ADVICE COLUMN- Is my uncle too close for comfort?




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Q:  Ever since I was a young girl, I had a favorite Unle(mother’s youngest of 4 brothers-only 8 years older than me) me. When i turned 17, I became a woman(developed). Lately, only when we are alone, he sneaks up behind me, pulls me in firmly with one arm and rubs my bare belly(wear tank tops alot), and nuzzles my neck for a long time.He also pulls my shirt up and rubs my belly when it is NOT exposed. Then he whispers in my my ear, “This is our special bonding secret”. I feel very uncomfortable with this and being around him-he stares a long time at me. Is this normal? – Cheryl Lopez, Pasadena, TX
A:  No, his actions are not appropriate for an Uncle, for a boyfriend, which he IS NOT, yes.  Do NOT be alone with him. Tell your family, you are uncomfortable being alone with him. If it happens again, pull away from him and inform him you are uncomfortable with that, and, to STOP doing it-DO NOT BE POLITE about it-he is taking liberties with you, he should NOT be taking. He will only go further. Stop him now.


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4 Responses to “ADVICE COLUMN- Is my uncle too close for comfort?”

  1. Feng Shui Consultant Says:

    wow nice, keep it up

  2. naturescorner1 Says:

    Cathy’s Corner- excellent advice – add in counseling – violence escalates – possibly leading to injury, or, death. That is a very common pattern.

  3. Vastu consultant Says:

    Hallo…………….. it’s excellent advice and possibility leading to energy, in the Nature’s Corner it is very good……….. thanks

  4. naturescorner1 Says:

    Vastu consultant- you are welcome.

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