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  1. I'm kinda worried about going to the dentist, as my attack was mostly oral. I'm hoping I'm healed more before I do. 

    1. snmls


      I'm sorry.  If possible maybe you can tell the hygienist that you have some triggers surrounding the dentist.  You wouldn't have to go into any detail you don't feel comfortable giving.  I hope it goes well 

  2. Who do I message for the trans forums password?

    1. Capulet


      Any of the moderators. :)

    2. mountainlion75
  3. Long time member


    I am sorry that they are unable to listen. Some people cant if they havent had some kind of loss that hurts with relationships. I can be listener how ever often you need. I do it for others. My stuff i have written on here is ... It is in your mind in the beginning 24/7 and that is how healing happens at first.

    The only part down the road you will be over is the painful emotions out of the memory



    1. mountainlion75


      Thank you :throb:

      Sorry my reply is so late, but I appreciate it all the same

  4. The Sexual Assault Response Center in Kennewick is now the Support, Advocacy & Resource Center in Richland. Their number is 1-509-374-5391 and their address is 1458 Fowler Street.
  5. Sometimes it's like I turn into my inner child. When I'm around my inner circle of family, my sister especially, I start acting younger. I have no idea why. It just feels nice to be like a kid again, to have someone taking care of me. To not have to worry about the big world. Sometimes, she'll just come out, randomly, and I'll let her do what she wants. There are some toys at therapy, and I started dipping my toes into playing with them. I was embarrassed to continue doing so, but I'm going to try to do more next time. My inner child needs to know that it's still okay, even though sc
  6. Thank you so much for your kind words
  7. Thank you, PB. Same to you, as well
  8. I already feel so welcome by you all, and I am so thankful. Bless you all
  9. Thank you so much. I'll keep that in mind. And mine is always open, as well.
  10. I'm gonna try and do that, and just ignore my brain
  11. Thank you, MeBeMary, for your supportive words. I hope I don't seem rude with a short response, I just don't know what to say. But thank you, again! You are very sweet
  12. Thank you, Beamcam It's weird. Its like I don't know what to say, or if I even should. Like my brain's telling me "No one cares", or something. Did that ever happen to you?
  13. You guys are so kind to welcome me so. This place is a good place, I can already tell. I might not post as much, right now, but I'm glad I'm here.
  14. I'm a recent (yesterday was the one month mark) survivor of sa and r. I don't have a lot of people to talk to, who have gone through the same thing, so I'm relieved that I found this place. That said, I'm disheartened that so many can relate. At least we have each other, right?
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