You are not alone.Each person that goes thru any sexual molestation the symptoms are so much alike.When u talk about some of your symptoms I've experience them too. Im going thru some of those symptoms and emotions too.Its good that you have allow to remember and have all this emotions that need to come out in order to heal.But to heal and take care of that little child inside of you that didn't have a normal childhood.Never blame yourself.I think because it has happen to me the physical pain is your child within telling you to stop hurting yourself and deal with this issue that you kept inside for so long.It happen to me too.View Thread
Hello I try to post again and it didn't go thru.I see that MarySings the 1. where she says to copy where do I copy I am not sure what she means. I log in then I go to discuss,then I write my post and then I click Post and it logs me out of the community site. I really dont know what else to do. I hope soon they can fix this. And you can announce it on the discussions if its fix. Because I really would like to chat.Thank you for responding to my post and the info.View Thread
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