My blog is about my trials through many things, but mostly the fact that three years ago (almost four) I was molested by my high school boyfriend. For the first time since then I have been trying to face each of my fears and scariest moments head on, which is quite a differnce from the past when I would run and hide the best I could. I am not trying to bash men, nor am I trying to make myself seem weak, I am just getting my story out there to the world. To be heard. There is liberation in sending out a story to the world and knowing it is your own, up for its own veiws and critiques. Join me as I shake when I’m rattled and roll with it.


4 responses to “About

  1. mikewalzman

    I have talked to a lot of people who have gone through what your going through (im not a therapist) and it takes a lot of courage to speak up about it, so I commend you with that. I have found writing can be helpful in my everyday life and I think by sharing your truth, other girls who have gone through what your going through will be relieved to know they are not the only ones. If you interested you might want to try EMDR, it’s a kind of therapy for people with a certain traumatic experience, I have found it very helpful in my life. I wish you the best on your journey : )

  2. I think your writing is beautiful. Maybe I shouldn’t say this, as the things you’re writing about are sad, but I do like the way you write.

    I have no idea about molestation as it never happened to me so I can’t even begin to imagine what it feels like to live with that.

    I do hope though that your blog will catch finer days in which you’ll feel the warmth of the sun and everything good. And that you’ll eventually get over the Steve thing.

    Only the strong survive… It’s up to you what you do from now on with your life. The past never comes back and you can’t change it. And some of the things in it will mark you forever… But where you go from now on is only your choice.

    Hope it all works out for you and will continue reading your blog.

    Liz x

  3. adriannablu

    Your sharing this story will be therapeutic for you, and release some of the power that the abuse holds over you. Good for you.
    Plus– you never know who you may touch by writing this so bravely for all to see.
    Rock on, sister.

  4. Thank You for your fortitude.
    Thank you for your honesty and your ability to put into words what so many others need to share but have a difficult time expressing.
    Your humanness is beautiful.

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