Quoting Safka9973:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:</b>" maybe see if he could go and live ... [snip!] ... home safe so that he cannot act out. I want to help him heal so he does not have it in him to act out. Does that make sense?"
I have been around these situations 2 times, and once more, that I was just told happened.
My mom worked for CASA, and her and my dad often fostered kids for awhile. 2 of them who abused their sister, and the other abused their sister and brother. They were removed from the home because their behaviors could not be controlled. As adults the man is in jail and the women is a registered sex offender, they could never outgrow their tendencies.
Then there was my brother. He molested and raped my mother, and molested my moms sister too. They kept him in the house and he was the youngest. But he was a boy so he quickly became bigger than them. He kept doing it, but my mom and sister were able to fight back enough to get away. They sent him to military school at 16. He joined the airforce and and saw a cognitive behavioral specialist, who taught him what to do instead of acting out sexually. It worked, but he eventually filled his desires with drugs and booze. Eventually he stopped that, had 2 normal long term relationships and even had a daughter. Who he NEVER touched, not once. He passed away last year, he was doing so well, a changed man, or at least a better controlled one.
These are just what I have seen, the kids had to be removed to save the other kids from the cycle.