Friday, April 8, 2011


Ever since i started speaking out about being sexually assaulted i have been having breakdowns meltdowns or whatever you want to call it. I have been crying at night which is when the memories have been worse. I try to think about other things to overcome the other memories. At time its hard and may not work but then other nights its ok. So if im having this much issues and a hard time since i started talking about it, how much more harder is it for those who have not spoken out. Think about it. Try to find someone you trust and release everything you have been holding inside to them. Dont make the mistake in waiting til its too late. Its harder to wait then to just speak. I encourage you to speak out.


  1. I'm learning how to cry. I have buried my emotions for so long, that I forgot how to cry and let that release give me peace. “Tears are words the heart can't express” ~ anon.

  2. It is sometimes frightening, embarrassing and even makes me angry when I am doing a seminar or workshop on this subject and I come across a trigger that causes those meltdowns.

    I keep thinking, I should be done with all this. This is just history for me now. And yet, the body stores the feelings and the acts that were done.

    It is so much better to talk about it, feel what we feel and embrace the essence of the valuable and precious person we are.