Post # 47
@FauxPas2012: Thanks. I started laughing when I read your words because I was like, “Me? A hero?” But who am I to say I can’t be your hero?
Ohhhh yea……I don’t mess around with ANYTHING when it comes to children. Fiance actually gets annoyed at times b/c I am actually hypersensitive. It’s a common side effect… I believe in time I will loosen my grip. Hahah.
Thanks for your comment. 🙂
Post # 49
@Coral99: I wasn’t judging you and I’m sorry it sounded that way. But you did ask for advice, and my advice is that by having him at your wedding you’re denying what happened and that’s not good for you and not fair to him.
Post # 50
@bebero: You are totally right. I DID ask for advice. But it wasn’t if I should go to therapy or press charges. Being in denial is when you refuse to accept something happened or that there is a problem. I have done neither. I specifically stated I had been sexually abused. Choosing to have him at my wedding isn’t denial. I’m fully aware of what he did and what happened.
My question was if I should have him walk me down the aisle and if it was wrong that I felt bad I didn’t want him to. Now that I’ve read the responses, clearly the answer is NO to both of them.
Thanks for your input.
Post # 51
@Coral99: If you have never told your mom about the jackass she married- tell her. Tell her he has touched you. Have your mother walk you down the aisle
If you have and she is still with this man, and she has made no move to keep him away from you- walk yourself down the aisle.
Don’t choose the lesser of two evils.
I just read the entire thread. Please excuse my bluntness from earlier. I see fromt he thread that you had a moment where you were emotionally stuck, but that does not mean you have not been properly councelled or that you are not level headed. you are. I am happy you have two options before you now for your walk down the aisle that you are happy with and that work for you. Best wishes.