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marisa73

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    Female
  • Location
    East Coast
  • Interests
    writing poetry, self-defense, chocolate, healing myself, and helping others.

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    Survivor

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  1. Welcome to AS I see a lot of myself in your post. I live my life in fear as well - it's so so hard. I hope you'll feel safe to share your thoughts and feelings here and to seek support when you are in need Marisa
  2. Thank you!! I had always thought it was just blotted out by mods or something!! I never knew there was text underneath....
  3. Mazel Tov!! And welcome back
  4. that is a very interesting question, whim - i have wondered the answer to that a few times.
  5. I'm so sorry for what you went through but i admire your courage to heal. Welcome to AS! marisa
  6. Welcome back. We're glad you're here.
  7. Welcome to AS i'm so sorry for what you have been through.
  8. Just wanted to say it's good to see you here. Welcome to AS
  9. Welcome, Linda! I am two months from turning 35...
  10. Welcome to the forum, seeker. I'm glad you are here. I"m sorry for what you've been through. Do you see a therapist? I find that that can really help - mine told me once how he wished I could go to an empty lot and throw glass bottles! You reminded me of this when you said you wish you could throw glass. Maybe there is a safe place you can! I also go to a therapy group of women survivors. I was so surprised when I joined and found so many women of all different ages who had repressed memories like me. You are not alone. Welcome to AS!
  11. She is feeling so tired and scared from what happened. She is also feeling comforted by real care and love for the first time. I'm telling her I know how terrifyingly catastrophic it all was, I feel it. I'm giving her water to drink, and hugging her to let her know we're going to be okay. You're not alone, you're not going to be abandoned. We're really going to be okay.
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