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savalava123

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  1. Thank you all for being so welcoming and making me feel so comfortable. Its extremely refreshing, I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. You all rock.
  2. Want2bheard, I can understand your pain and frustration regarding your husband. When I got out of my sexually abusive relationship I jumped into a new relationship and It was very hard for my boyfriend to "deal" with my own issues. What I came to realize was that it wasnt that he didnt want to hear about it or help me, but it was very painful for him to see me in so much pain so he shut down. Just because he doesnt want to hear about it doesnt mean he doesnt care, it may just mean its a lot for him, and although thats not ideal, you need to know that we are here for you. We can listen to your story with open arms and open hearts and lift you up as much as we can. Stay strong. We're here for you.
  3. Hey friends, I am a 21 year old female from the US. I have been coping, or at least trying to cope, with the trauma of being sexually abused by my ex boyfriend for the past two years. The past two years have been a roller coaster. After I finally got out of that relationship I found myself completely encompassed by anxiety, depression, and isolation. I feel like I have spent the past two years trying to forget everything that happened and moved past it but I have found that the more I push it down with medication and self-distraction, the more I crumble when I get any time alone with myself. There is no one, except my therapist really, I can talk to and every time I try to say anything out loud I completely shut down and have a panic attack. I just want to feel normal again, make friends, and join a community of people who I don't have to pretend around. Thank you all so much for being so accepting.
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