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Kirlhyn

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  1. Kirlhyn

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    Welcome here, I am so sorry for what happened to you. Indeed this man was sick and it's so unfair he abused you like this, I hope with time you will find again peace of mind and trust in people. Take care.
  2. Hello, welcome here and thanks for these nice words. You're not alone either anymore.
  3. Your story is really terrible, having support from family, especially parents is so important after this, I feel so much pain for what you have to go through and indeed I think it is essential that you find people who understand and support you, so I hope this forum will help you (I'm new here too). I also told a person who had been raped what happened to me, thinking she would understand me better. But she also chosed to close her eyes because she is the one who introduced me to the guy who raped me so I think the guilt would be too much to take, and it's probably the same about your parents. But I can't imagine how hard it must be when you are betrayed by so many persons of your own family in such a way. I hope you will quickly find more supportive poeple around you and be able to heal your wound day by day. I wish you so much to recover.
  4. Hello, I'm new too and english is not my first language so I'm sorry if I make mistakes. I guess it would be too hard for your Mom to accept what your brother did to you as she might feel partly responsible for the fact she never saw it and was able to stop it. I think that's why my Mom refuse to see I'm still hurt by what happened to me even if it was from someone out of the family, as she knew him and trusted him and could feel like she should have seen something was going wrong. So you Mom might prefer to close her eyes and tell you it's you who has a problem because otherwise she could feel guilty and it would be too hard. I'm not sure, it's just a supposition, but I'm sure it must be very hard to handle so I hope you will find a way not to suffer from that. For me, I find that the only way not to let her hurt me more is to stop talking to her, unfortunately. And she's not even putting the blame on me,just denying my pain. So even if it's hard, if you need to take distance, don't hesitate, it helps me a lot. You've already been through a terrible thing, you don't need to suffer more.Talk to the people who are supportive, protect, respect and take care of you.
  5. Hello everybody, I'm 22 years old and I've been raped 2 years ago but only realised it after 1 year of severe depression. I'm getting better now thanks to a great therapist and lovely boyfriend who is so respectful and helpful (he found this website for me) but of course it's still hard and I feel like I need to talk to people who can really understand me. Most of all I suffer from the fact that my mom knows what happened but can't really deal with it and does as if "everything was fine now". Clearly it's not that easy, right ? I think I just need to feel ok with the fact that there are still so many things that are so hard in my everyday life because of that. I need to feel like I'm not alone...
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