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White Rose
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It might be a call to WA helpline would help too? They give really down to earth practical advice and answer Qs when asked – not after pauses due to moderation on here!
Keep reminding yourself and children that he doesn’t know where you are and that no one else who knows will tell him. You are all safe and have been for ages so your plan has been successful.
Reassure the children and talk to them about no contact being an OK option.
If he is getting in touch now after several years tthen why use children not you? All sound a bit worrying to me in terms of his past behaviour so no contact is the only answer. And don’t forget local police if you are really worried or he is increasing harassment. Reporting abuse that’s occurred years earlier when there is a new spate is not uncommon. Take care x

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