• 5 months ago
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I was sexually assaulted by my best friend. He has apologized sincerely for what he did and has been attentive to how I feel, listening to me and understanding my feelings. Lately, we have been way more close, especially due to the assault, but I’m not sure if I should just cut him off. Am I not respecting myself for talking to him after what happened?

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  • You do whatever is right for you. No two people handle assault the same way. Just make sure that you’re still talking to him because you truly want to and not because you feel obligated or blame yourself for what happened. What matters is that you recover. I admit I haven’t heard many cases of survivors having healthy relationships with their attackers but I want assume to know anything about you. I suggest doing some research on the psychology of assault survivors and trying to gain clarity from that.

    Anonymous January 10, 2019 6:24 pm Reply
  • There is a pattern to abuse, physical or sexual. The offender apologizes afterward promising not to do it again. Things are fine for some time. Then he does repeats the abuse. It’s often worse the next time. Be very careful. If possible never be alone with him again.

    Anonymous January 10, 2019 7:02 pm Reply
  • Definitely cut him off! He will never sexually assault you again if you keep giving him pussy.

    Anonymous January 11, 2019 1:32 am Reply

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