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About tiffanysurviver

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  1. I may be trying too hard to move on. It's been over 3 years, but I can't just say I'm ready.

  2. On January 19th, over three years after my rape, I told my rapists mother what happened and how I got pregnant. Go figure my ex boyfriend never told her and she was completely shocked. He laughed in my face during visitation with my son so I went back by her house later that evening after he left and told her everything. I have been wondering every day since if I made the right decision in telling her. My exboyfriend/rapist and I have mediation for a proposed parenting plan on the 29th and I can't stand the idea of letting him have my son at all. I hate it. I should have taken legal action, bu
  3. It is time for me to try to break my silence so I can make it to the next step..

  4. This is the hardest thing I have ever gone through, for now. Eventually, I will have to talk to my son about what happened because he may see himself as a "rape baby" and not the best blessing I could have asked for. Why does your profession prevent you from getting help?
  5. Sometimes I wish I could go back and change the last five years of my life and correct some mistakes, but I think, knowing the outcome, I would do everything exactly the same. Except, maybe, my son's biological father. About a month after I turned 16, I left my boyfriend of about two years. Him and I never were happy and we fought all the time. When I left him, he kept attempting to commit suicide until I said we would get back together, but then we were miserable again. The last time we broke it off, I refused to answer his phone calls for a week and he showed up one day while I was home alon
  6. I completely understand how you feel about getting help. I cannot get help because my rapist that's trying to take my almost three year old son away from me now could go back and say that I am unstable or too incompetent to care for my child and I will not make it easy for him to take custody of my son.
  7. I can't get outside help because he could go for my medical records and try to say I'm unstable or depressed and incompetent and I can't raise my son. I can't do anything that would make it any easier for him to take him from me.
  8. Thank you all so much. I just can't keep it bottled up anymore. I don't really know what I need or what I am doing, but I started here.
  9. Hello, my name is Tiffany and I am 19 years old. A little over a month after I turned 16, my ex-boyfriend showed up at my house and held me down and raped me. After that, I became a serious alcoholic until I realized I missed my period and that I was pregnant. I have an almost 3 year old little boy and I have to see my rapist every week and spend 4 hours with him because he's taking me to court for custody of my child. Because I never filed a report, there's nothing I can do to protect us from him. I have never been able to get over what he did to me and how he hurt me and now he's trying to t
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