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RinRuss

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  1. It's difficult facing people and letting out the details of your personal traumas, but everyone here wants nothing more than for you to be happy and comfortable. Anonymity helps, I know I've struggled with people knowing my past and I'm coming to realize anyone hearing my story would understand my pain and even feel pain for me. I imagine that would be the same for you. I don't know what you've been through but I know you deserve love and compassion, and we're all here to give that to you if you need it. Much love and inner peace to you.
  2. Hi Casio, i understand the frustration that comes from trauma. If you feel comfortable enough, I'd be happy to talk to you in a private message. I can talk with you or just listen if you'd like to vent in a more personalized and direct discussion. Regardless, I wish you peace and serenity. I hope your journey leaves you feeling content again.
  3. Hi Ashley, Many people here and everywhere, including myself, have something that has happened to them that can make them feel like they would be subject to judgement and cause self blame. I empathize with you greatly, I certainly know the feeling and have only just begun my own journey past this. I personally and everyone else here are more than happy to talk to you or even just listen if you need to help let that heavy pain lift from you. You are not alone.
  4. I've just started here as well and have already received support that I haven't experienced much in real life. It helps to talk things out and the comfort of anonymity can help as well. Best wishes and best of luck to you!
  5. Thank you all for your encouraging words. Patricia, to clarify I was around 10 when it started and it stopped when I was around 13 going on 14 and my abuser was 4 years older than me, but it didn't necessarily stop because I stopped it myself. I started saying no more but it did continue. Even today I don't understand why I didn't just say no completely. He even involved another person at one point so I essentially had two abusers, although it's difficult to give details to help you understand the full picture without putting too much info into this thread, especially triggering words and
  6. Hello all, I just wanted to make a first post to give a brief story about what's happened and what I'm currently going through. I am a now 23-year-Old woman who suffered abuse when I was a child into my early/mid teens. I never really got the support I needed from family or even friends, even when I did finally come forward and tell them what happened. I know now that many people just don't know how to react or handle learning something like that themselves but because of that, I've lived a life full of negative choices and regret. I can't blame my abuser any more for what has happened in
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