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Kaley

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    Yoga. Exercise. Painting. Watching “The Office” on Netflix.

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  1. I just want to say thank you for sharing @Enigma87. You are very brave to tell your story and I am so sorry this happened to you. My heart goes out to you. In stating that you froze, this is something I can relate to. I also feel betrayed by my body for freezing. But this shame we carry is not necessary. Do not feel alone in this shame. It is not your fault. None of it is your fault. It is all his doing not yours. Just because you froze doesn’t mean you consented. And you clearly did not consent. Our bodies just freeze as a coping mechanism. And I am so sorry this happened to you. You are
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    Thank you MeBeMary you are very kind.
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    Hello AS, I found this group online after looking for support. And I think this anonymous outlet is perfect. During quarantine I’ve just been feeling more alone and isolated with no one to relate to. I’m a more recent survivor like in February but some other things happened a while back too. Since feb I’ve been taking steps to heal but it’s really hard. I’ve already met with 2 different therapists and I’ve found they help me for a few sessions and then I just can’t continue and I’m not really sure why. Idk I want to heal but sometimes I feel like I can’t. I really just try to forget and pus
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