Welcome to After Silence - A message board and chat room for rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse survivors.
|Welcome to After Silence, a message board and chat room designed to help survivors communicate in the recovery of rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, and all types of sexual violence.
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A Heart Felt Thanks To ......
Posted 21 May 2004 - 11:11 PM
Thank you all again for the support and for the respect & thanks for the job I do. I'm accustomed to being cussed out.
Posted 22 May 2004 - 12:16 AM
Posted 22 May 2004 - 11:22 AM
That's truly a shame because our Police force is the only thing that stands between us and total anarchy. Laws need to be enforced for the safety of the general public and it seems you are doing your job as best you can. That's all we can ask of you. I would imagine the ones doing the cussing are walking on the wrong side of the law, in which case please don't take it to heart. I think of it as a sign that you're doing your job very well, indeed! The next time some criminal cusses you out, thank him. It's actually a compliment to you and your dedication to duty. I sincerely hope being here is a good place for you to be. I'm sorry for the reasons that you need to be here but it's also good to know that our police force has such a dedicated individual on it. (I use the term "our police force" as a general phrase to include all dedicated policemen/women since I don't know where you're locate.)
Keep on keeping on, dear one. I, for one, am glad you've found the strength to do so. Be proud of yourself for that strength and for making the decision to post in this forum. That shows you truly do care, and this is a good thing. If the police psychologist isn't addressing the issues you want to address, tell him/her. After all, it is your therapy.
Posted 22 May 2004 - 01:03 PM
I'm glad that you've found us. We're one big family here.