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  1. Dear Gayle. It is four and a half years since the night you were raped. You have been through so much, lost friends, and lost your identity. You are finally forging a new identity for yourself. It wasn't your fault. You said you didn't want to have sex, and Mark chose to ignore that. It was a power trip for him. Pure violence. You have so much humility after what you have been through. It's time to start loving yourself. You are a beautiful person, who isn't damaged goods. Give yourself time and the walls you have created will open when you are ready. Those who truly care will be patient. The fact you are able to acknowledge what has happened is a massive step. You should be really proud of this. You are starting to remember the person you were before the rape. It's ok that you are not the same person, you are bringing some previous memories into your new identity. You are a great swimmer, you forgot how good you were and how much it was a big part of your life. You are a strong person, and your daughter looks up to you. Keep bring the amazing person you are. Your identity is there, just keep looking. Love yourself for the beautiful person you are. Love from me. Xx
  2. Dear Gayle. It is four and a half years since the night you were raped. You have been through so much, lost friends, and lost your identity. You are finally forging a new identity for yourself. It wasn't your fault. You said you didn't want to have sex, and Mark chose to ignore that. It was a power trip for him. Pure violence. You have so much humility after what you have been through. It's time to start loving yourself. You are a beautiful person, who isn't damaged goods. Give yourself time and the walls you have created will open when you are ready. Those who truly care will be patient. The fact you are able to acknowledge what has happened is a massive step. You should be really proud of this. You are starting to remember the person you were before the rape. It's ok that you are not the same person, you are bringing some previous memories into your new identity. You are a great swimmer, you forgot how good you were and how much it was a big part of your life. You are a strong person, and your daughter looks up to you. Keep bring the amazing person you are. Your identity is there, just keep looking. Love yourself for the beautiful person you are. Love from me. Xx
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