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  1. Thank you all for your kind words. I'm very lucky to be in an amazing relationship with a very supportive partner now. I leave tomorrow, and I'll be inspecting the records Wednesday morning. I know this won't be easy, but I sincerely believe it's something I need to do in order to fully heal from this. Thanks again for your support. It means more than you know!
  2. Lately, I feel like I’m losing it. I feel like I’m slipping down a slope of depression and anxiety that hasn’t been visible for at least ten years. When My assault happened, I was 19. I’m realizing now that I never really dealt with what happened to me. Recently, another woman filed charges against the man who raped me and was put in touch with me by a mutual acquaintance. I spoke with her for hours, and that helped me deal with this recently resurfaced trauma. But now, it’s all I can think about. To help her convict this man, and to help have the maximum sentence imposed, I’ve offered to help as much as I can. My assault happened during college. I had him kicked off campus through a “special hearing process.” My University is unable to send me a physical copy of these records, so I’m traveling to campus to “inspect” them, and I’ve been informed that the state’s attorney in her case will be subpoenaing my university for them. I can’t stop thinking about the many different emotions and situations associated with this terrible memory. I’m anxious to view the file and remember details that I have suppressed for 15 years. I don’t know where to go from here. I’m not the me I was six weeks ago, and I don’t know how to be her anymore.
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