Our expert says:
I'm not sure if this is what we realyl men buy "traumatised" though the word has become fashionable - but obviously this was very upsetting for you. This was not trauma ( unless he raped you orwas seriously physically violent to you, neither of which do you mention ) , and to keep calling it that, and treating it as trauma rather than a disappointment. And I don't understant what sort of "therapy" you could be in without having discussed all these aspects, including your question, with your therapist. If this question hasn't yet been answered by your therapist, they're not doing their job very well - I can't answer it because it depends on many details of what happened, how you have reacted and what sort of therapy ypou are receiving
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