My Sleep-Talking Uncle Asked My Daughter for Sex

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SLEEP-TALKING UNCLE ASKED MY DAUGHTER FOR SEX
Dear Willie D:

My mother's brother has been living with my seventeen-year-old daughter and I ever since he became ill. About a month ago my daughter was sleeping on a lounge chair in the living room across from the sofa that my uncle was sleeping on. I was in bed when I heard my daughter screaming at him. I rushed to see what was going on, and she told me that my uncle propositioned her for sex.

When I asked him about it he said he was talking in his sleep. The only problem was that my daughter said he was sitting up with his eyes wide open. I want to believe that he didn't consciously try to have sex with his own niece. But at the same time I know my daughter, and she is not a liar. I want to kick him out of my house, but conversely, what if he really was talking in his sleep? I don't know what to think.

For now my uncle is still living with me but being around him is very awkward. Should I give him a second chance or put him out?

Don't Know:

Why take a chance? If I were you, he would have been booted out with a knuckle sandwich the same night that I heard my daughter screaming. The fact is, he propositioned his own niece for sex. If he wanted to sleep-talk he should have found another subject to talk about. I don't care if he was coming out of a coma. Homey don't play that.


SPOILED ROTTEN KIDS TAKING ME FOR GRANTED
Dear Willie D:

I have three kids, and all of them are self-absorbed brats. They have a sense of entitlement about life. Because my husband and I weren't raised with much, we showered our kids with the spoils of life. Whatever they want they pretty much get, but on those rare occasions when they don't get what they want they can be impossible to deal with.

My oldest son is the worst. A few days ago he cursed at his father and me because we wouldn't buy him a new car after he wrecked his car. When our younger kids see him acting that way it provokes them to do the same. My kids have no respect for authority. They are irresponsible, ungrateful and arrogant. We give them everything they want, but still they treat us like dirt.

I don't think I've ever heard any of them say thank you without being prompted to do so. They don't listen to anything I say, and all of them talk back. I feel powerless to do anything about their attitudes or actions. I don't believe in spankings, and punishment doesn't work. If they don't change I know it will have major implications on their futures. What can I do to change their destructive behavior?

Feeling Powerless:

Welcome to 21st-century parenting. The burden of responsibility and respect lies with the parent. We got too many folks today in America trying to be their children's pals, not parents. Don't be afraid to discipline your children using whatever method is most effective. Unlike you, I do believe in spanking, but constant spankings don't work. However, punishment does work, but you have to be firm, fair and consistent.

There is no one-size-fits-all way of parenting, but there is one word. It's called NO! Learn how to effectively communicate it, and you will be amazed at how grounded and appreciative your kids will become. I salute you exploring new methods to put your kids on track. You are right to be concerned about their futures and their ability to cope socially because they may be able to get away with disrespecting you, but the world will be less forgiving.

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15 comments
Richard Cline
Richard Cline

"Can you watch the kids while I see my therapist for my sleep-castration problem? "

Kimberly Tierney-Hurst Beckley
Kimberly Tierney-Hurst Beckley

It is a parent's responsibility to provide their child a safe and comfortable home. Sleep talking or not I'm sure her daughter does not deel safe and comfortable. If I was in that situation I would let the uncle now that he unfortunately could not stay because my daughter's emotional state takes priority.

Don Lanier
Don Lanier

hit him in the head with a skillet and tell him you too were sleeping....

Elaphrosaurus Morgan
Elaphrosaurus Morgan

i had an uncle get drunk at my high. school graduation party whipped his penis out and chased everyone around. talk about awkward...

Kevin Cook
Kevin Cook

Wouldn't you hate to be the guy in this file photo picture?

Brewneaux Welldone
Brewneaux Welldone

People do sleep walk and talk with their eyes open all the time. I know from experience, but still I would err on the side of caution and knock him the $^ out and then kick him out.

Devin BobaFett Butler
Devin BobaFett Butler

Wtf some parents disgust me should it even be a debate? NO! safety of your kids first fuck what he said! Dumb ass your own blood said his eyes were open end of story good bye

Jeri Michelle Reuter
Jeri Michelle Reuter

People can legitimately do things in their sleep, not realize it, not be able to control it, and people will think they are awake. They will not remember what happened while in this state of sleep-walking. However, I can totally see being uncomfortable with having him stay around.

Brian Brown
Brian Brown

Right but the fact he asked it may have been a hint at something to come , asleep or not . Then he would regret not getting rid of him in the first place .

Becca Nuck
Becca Nuck

Who's to say if he's telling the truth or not, but sleep talkers DO sometimes sit up and stare right at you. They can even walk around and talk while still asleep.

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