I was sexually abused by a past boyfriend and just now came to terms that it actually happened nearly a year later. How do I deal with this? How do I keep it from affecting my current relationship?
Last Updated: 03/26/2018 at 7:11pm
Hope Hadding, MSW, LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
I am a professional therapist with extensive experience working with various mental health disorders as well as sexual issues. I am supportive and non-judgmental.
Top Rated Answers
Best is to talk to someone about what happend. That can be with a familiemember or friend. And if that's not possible go to your doctor or a professional who can help you. On internet you have sites like these where you can tell your story their are also many support groups. Just know that you are never alone. Seek help that is feels the best for you.
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