Bloew are some links that are good resources for those that are recovering from rape trauma. When a person is raped or sexually assaulted, his or her world is turned upside down. Not only has he or she been violated in the most intimate way possible, he or she has to figure out how to heal, survive, and then thrive after the assault. But…how?
Healing starts with talking about the assault. Without disclosing their struggles, survivors limit the amount of help they can receive. Talking about the experience is the recommendation of virtually every survivor. Without shedding light on their experience, many survivors feel as if they remain isolated in the darkness of their pain. SOURCE
Society is still afraid to talk openly about a rape or sexual assault; people may not know how to approach the rape victim – afraid to say the wrong thing.
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The web site www.bandbacktogether.com has a list of tips for talking to a rape victim as well as how to help yourself recover from a rape or sexual assault.
After Silence is a group dedicated to help survivors communicate in the recovery of rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, and all types of sexual violence.
After Silence has over 30 different forums, ranging from topics created to discuss specific areas of healing and recovery from rape and sexual violence, as well as forums open to general discussions and lighter topics. CLICK HERE
This is not an easy thing, but absolutely don’t blame yourself! CLICK HERE to learn more.
– Rape Abuse Incest National Network CLICK HERE
Survivor support group for male survivors of rape and sexual assault.
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