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randi84

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  1. I'm sorry for what brings you hear Kate but am glad you are here and seeking the support you so deserve! My ears are on standby for you any time you need them
  2. Sorry for what brings you here @sue31 You are definitely in a place of support and understanding though. And good for you for taking these first steps on the road to healing Wishing you all the best!
  3. Welcome to AS @BeesKnees0324. I'm sorry for what brings you here, but want you to know you are certainly among friends here and a great (from what I've found) support system. And congratulations on your soon-to-be baby girl It's very common for these feelings/struggles to surface (/re-surface) when any sort of "life changing" event happens. The fact that you are about to have a daughter and given your history, it is no surprise that this is suddenly plaguing your thoughts now. I'm the same age as you and my abuse too happened when I was a child and I am also just very recently fee
  4. welcome to AS Sjny23 I think you'll find a lot of support here and some really great people who truly understand what you're going through. I know I have and I haven't been here that long. I'm so sorry for what happened to you
  5. thank you everyone for such kind words, your support means so much I'm so glad to have found this supportive community I have yet to find any counselling/therapy so I feel like this is a definitely a good start.
  6. I'm glad I came here, I thought I was absolutely crazy that all these feelings are coming back NOW, years later, with no apparent reason as to why. Its comforting even to know that I'm not the only one. I feel like my family won't understand it. Sure, they'll feel bad for me, but in my head I feel like they'd be thinking "yeah but, that was over a decade ago! didn't we deal with this already when you were 16?" I know they'd never say that, and maybe they'd never really feel that, but they still also wouldn't get it, either.
  7. Hey everyone, I'm new to this site and hoping to gain some insight from others (and who knows, maybe even be able to provide some at some point to others) and to just generally get involved in a community where I don't feel like I have to tip-toe around my feelings like I do with the (very few) family members that know of my past. I do have a very supportive family, but I don't go to them my issues that relate to my past sexual abuse because I feel like A) they can't really understand me, B) they feel guilty that it happened which just makes me feel bad because THEY feel bad, and C) somet
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