- October 25, 2016 at 6:44 am #7023
This is a genuine question. I posted a while ago about being sexually assaulted 8 weeks ago. AT first i felt able to take some power back. i felt like “fuck him” and found strength. AS the weeks rolls by i find that the people around me dont understand the ups and downs of trauma and it seems like they want me to just get over it. My partner cant understand why im not handling things as well as i was when it first happened. more and more i find myself sinking into victim mode. i dont like this feeling at all. any advice from the queen village? XOctober 27, 2016 at 2:13 pm #7042
😔November 1, 2016 at 6:41 pm #7074FloParticipant
First of all, jeez, assaulted! That’s scary. And not something to dismiss so easily. I think you were very brave, being so strong at first. But that doesn’t mean you’re not being brave right now. I think you need to see someone. Sexual assault is very serious and has severe consequences for the victims. So please tell your hubby to be more patient and supportive and find a specialist who can tell you how to become the survivor you want and need to be.
I wish you all the luck! Love, Flo.November 2, 2016 at 7:12 pm #7076
Thank you for your response flo. I’m seeing a cousellor and my “wife” (not offended by the hubby assumption) is frustrated because our lives dont stop just because this horrible thing has happened. i guess i just have to keep getting back up. We have 2 kids so there really is no alternative xxNovember 2, 2016 at 8:58 pm #7077FloParticipant
Oh my, didn’t see the wife coming 😅 Glad you’re not offended! I can imagine it’s hard for her too, of course. Which makes it even more difficult for you, and so on. I hope your counsellor will help you both through this. Good luck 👑November 17, 2016 at 10:40 pm #7179ElenaParticipant
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Take it one minute, one day at a time. Being assaulted is an extremely hard thing to live with, if you are the talkative type of person seeing a councillor may help you could also try self defence/martial arts courses to give you a bit more confidence in your ability to defend yourself and feel more secure. Big hugs nobody should have to go through that.November 22, 2016 at 9:51 pm #7213
PamB… thank you for your advice. I feel like im starting to get my head together . I started karate the week after it happened. Since ive started feeling myself slipping ive pushed myself to go twice a week and train most days. Im feeling more like my old self this week which is nice. Im not a talker and normally hold things close but have found this forum a bit of a life saver because of queens like u, so i truely mean it when i say thank you. Ive oinked myself with a sexual assault counselor so i hope that helps. XxxDecember 14, 2016 at 7:57 pm #7367Boobsy LaRueParticipant
I don’t have much to add, just wanted to say that Flo and PamB are really on the money with this one. And actually it sounds to me like you are coping really well. You are being open and honest and making active steps towards recovery.
Recovering from assault is a long term thing. Give yourself time – lots of time. Even when you feel like you’re slipping back, believe me you’re not. You are working though it. You are already a survivor, every day, every minute. Even if you are lying on the floor in tears, unable to see the way forward, you are getting through it.
All strength to you Queen.
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