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  1. Hi

    Hello @DenialsNotARiver, Welcome to after silence! I know it can be tough to face memories of sexual assault, but it does get easier. I promise. Know that you're not alone here, and that there are some of us here that understand what you're going through. If you ever need to talk, my PMs are always open -Connor
  2. Newbie here

    Hello @HJM, Welcome to After Silence! Sorry that something in your life has brought you here. I'm Connor, I've been a member for a couple weeks now, and hope to make your acquaintance on the road to recovery. Best wishes!
  3. Hello

    Hello @vitamin, I appreciate the kind words. It hasn't been easy for me to talk about it, and you saying you believe me means more to me than I can put into words. If you ever need a shoulder to cry on, I'm here for you. I hope that we'll both be able to recover from the trauma that we've endured. -Connor
  4. Newbie here

    Hello @Yanahere, Welcome to After Silence! I'm sorry that you've had to go through what you have. While I am unqualified to offer professional help, I can and am offering a shoulder to cry on/ a person to talk to. I hope you find what you're looking for here. -Connor
  5. Hello everyone

    Hello @Uncollaredgirl, Welcome to After Silence! There is no need to worry about making mistakes, we all do What happened to you was in no way your fault, and I'm glad to see that you've made a new life for yourself. You're not alone, even if you might feel like it sometimes. If you ever need to talk, my PMs are always open. -Connor
  6. New to group

    Hello @Kazb, Welcome to After Silence! I'm sorry that you've had to go through what you have, and we're all here to support you. Good on you for reaching out, it's no easy task, and I'm proud of you for accomplishing it. If you ever need to talk, my PMs are always open. -Connor
  7. Hey everyone

    Hello, @da2606, Glad to hear you've found help! It's no easy feat, and I'm so proud of you for being able to confront what has happened to you and am ecstatic to hear that you are no longer afraid. If you ever need to talk, I'm here for you. -Connor
  8. Hi, I have a question, I'm New.

    Hello @rileyk86, I'm sorry to hear that your step mother abused you, it wasn't your fault. To answer your question though, people of any gender are welcome here. If you ever need someone to talk to, I'm here for you.
  9. Hello

    Hello @Capulet, Thank you for reaching out, it hasn't been easy, and I've still got a long ways to go. Hopefully, we can get through our trauma together and recover. I'm here if you ever need to talk as well.
  10. Hello

    Dear @Minerba Thank you, it means a lot to me that you reached out to me. I'm doing alright, but could always be better. I'll check out the book when I can, as it's currently 2 a.m. where I live and difficult to find an open bookstore.
  11. Hi everyone

    Hello Haribo, I'm here if you would like to talk about what happened, and maybe we can recover from our experiences together. In any case, glad to see you're finding help
  12. Hello

    Hello, my name is Connor. I was raped by my cousins when I was five years old. I still remember most of it like it was yesterday. I'm nineteen years old now. I still get angry when I think about it, and I think it has messed up my dating life. I have what I believe to be an unnaturally high sex drive that I think makes it seem like I use anyone around me for sex. Sometimes it's true, and I hate myself for it. I'm trying to fix it. When I managed to escape from my cousins, I told my parents, and they just brushed it off as me having an overactive imagination and that I was lying. IT made me feel like I couldn't talk to anyone about it because of what my parents said to me at the time. I wish things were different.