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Rape, not wanting to think about it

For some reason lately I have not been able to read anything about rape.  I wrote a bit about my own most recent rape (sad that phrase even exists to me) and it brought up a lot in my head that I guess I’m not ready to address yet.  Which is a shame because wouldn’t it be nice to be able to “get over” that stuff as some people say we should.  Yeah.  That would be nice.  Unfortunately it will take years, and I know that because it took years to feel better about myself after being raped before that.  

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This entry was posted on March 17, 2013 by .

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