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This is a rant

By lorilie 2016-04-27 10:44:14
Being a victim isn't easy, some believe it is, but is isn't. A victim is someone who has been wronged and survived it. That is the key here; to survive. For instance, a sexual assault victim, most of the time the perpetrator is someone they know, even trust. They lose trust in others even themselves at some points. They may have fought, but in the end weren't strong enough, or maybe they were drugged. Either way they were made vulnerable, defenseless, even might have been forced to participate, but they chose life. To choose life is a sign of strength but even the strongest of us have weaknesses. They will begin to wonder if it was their fault, if they somehow caused it. It isn't a rational conclusion and yelling more often than not only makes it worse. They will feel dirty, violated, and some even worthless. They might apologize, some of us can't stop. So don't ever tell them to "Shut-Up" or say "Not another Word" it just confirms their fears and doubts. Instead of that say "It's alright" listen to them and say "You didn't do anything wrong" When they apologize. They are very strong but at the same time so fragile it isn't even funny. Don't be another misunderstanding person. Try to understand where they come from, it is one of the best things you can ever do.


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