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Re: PTSD-RTS (Rape Trauma Syndrome)

Postby Terry E. » Mon Jan 23, 2017 10:36 am

Firstly what you are feeling is totally normal and does not reflect badly on you as a person. Most people may not agree but many survivors will confide in you at times of their extreme anger and their fantasies of what they wish to do to their abusers.

Seek counseling and read what you can.

Try and find some joy somewhere, music books, art, sport where you can be happy. I got busy, many survivors do.

Hope others chime in here.
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Re: PTSD-RTS (Rape Trauma Syndrome)

Postby Eliepiper » Sun Mar 26, 2017 5:15 am

I am trying to reach out and talk about the things that happened to me. I was just typing a post today and had the most unnerving feeling come over my mind. It felt like my mind was crawling in my skull. Like horror. From the lower right all the way up between my right eye and ear. An actual physical sensation. Does anyone know what that could have been?
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Re: PTSD-RTS (Rape Trauma Syndrome)

Postby Terry E. » Mon Mar 27, 2017 8:39 pm

No honestly in all that I have seen and read, I have to say no. Your body can feel things long after the event, years later. Don't know the how, but know it can happen. But what you describe is new to me.
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