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  1. @Vinsami I am deeply sorry for what happened to you and what lead you to come here. It's definitely a serious struggle processing through such pain, but the results of safely and happily inhabiting your own body again is certainly worth it. I am so thankful that we are able to support each other on our own journeys. Thank you for reaching out, you're not alone.
  2. Thank you so much for your sweet replies, @8888 and @MeBeMary , I really appreciate it. I am looking forward to healing, even though it will be hard. I look forward to exploring the forums, and wish you all the best on your journeys, as well!
  3. @missfrier Thank you for your kind words! I have been browsing the forums today, and everyone seems so nice and understanding. I know it won't be easy, but I am ready to continue on the healing process along with everyone here. I already feel a little better knowing that there's a great support group here.
  4. @WannaMoveOn Thank you so much for the warm welcome! I feel so accepted and welcomed here, I'm so happy to have found such a pleasant group. It is unfortunate what circumstances have brought us together, but I am thankful for the healing we can now strive for together. Thank you so much for your kind words. They really do mean a lot, that I'm not alone in all of this. I've been looking at some of the other forums, and it's been so comforting (and saddening) to know that there are others who are going through the same thing as I am. They all have my best wishes, and I hope to help others as much as they help me.
  5. Hello, everyone! You can call me Max. I'm here after a near-decade long journey of working through my trauma. It's been a difficult one, to be sure. It was only until I recently started therapy that I realized how much hurt I had been carrying that I didn't even know of. I didn't remember much of my trauma due to intense dissociation (I was around 12 at the time, so I didn't even understand what was happening). But what my mind forgot, my body remembered. It was only after therapy that I finally came to terms with what happened to me. It's hard to admit, even now—seeing "survivor" next to my name is honestly so surreal. I feel like I don't even know myself or my body anymore. But I'm working through the healing process and getting used to loving myself all over again. I'm looking forward to beginning this journey of recovery. While I am saddened that so many others have been burdened with trauma, I am so thankful that a website like this exists so that we can band together and heal alongside each other. You're all in my thoughts!
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