catoz

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  1. I Can't Believe

    Hi Gift, Welcome to After Silence. I hope you find it as helpful as I have, and don't worry about your English, it's fine. You're not alone in that. Sometimes that's our only way of coping, of surviving. Be strong... Cat
  2. Hello

    G'day Jess, Welcome. I've found AS very helpful - I hope you do too. Take care, Cat
  3. Hi

    G'day Peach, I'm glad you've found your way to AS. I hope it helps you as much as it is helping me. 'Best, Cat
  4. I reported it, but it was a stranger, so at this point, nothing has come of it. The repeated statements and examinations and dealing with the confits/identikits... has been traumatic. At times I have regretted reporting it, because it feels like it's stopped me heading towards recovery, and for what? But if they catch him, if they convict him - then, I think it will be worth it.
  5. I Need To Say This.

    Thank you for sharing for sharing. I'm also pretty new, too, so I hope you continue to find these boards as useful as I have.
  6. I Need To Say This.

    Thank you for sharing for sharing. I'm also pretty new, too, so I hope you continue to find these boards as useful as I have.
  7. I Need To Say This.

    Thank you for sharing for sharing. I'm also pretty new, too, so I hope you continue to find these boards as useful as I have.
  8. What Did You Do For You Today?

    I went for a float tank session. Freaked out a little bit at first (dark), but then settled into it, and it was wonderful. First time since the attack that I've been calm/relaxed. Feeling only lasted four or five hours, but I'm going to do it again next week. Working with my T to teach my body that it can let down its defenses, that it's not going to happen again -I think this will help.
  9. Introducing Myself

    Thank you all for your wonderful welcome.
  10. Introducing Myself

    G'day. I'm Cat, and I hail from Sydney, Australia. I'm trying to work out how to move forward from this, because I know I can't go back to who I was before. My SA counsellor who I saw for the first time yesterday mentioned this site, so, well, here I am. I hope that by sharing and listening, I can understand better what is happening to me, and where to go from here. Looking forward to "meeting" some new friends who can relate to my trauma. 'Best, Cat