Our expert says:
That you were so abused is appalling --- and totally the fault of those who abused you, not you. Confrontation can feel very appealing, but seldom brings the satisfaction one expects, but letting them know, calmly that you know and recall what they did and still blame them for it, can sometimes help. Compensation can be hard to arange if they don't offer it, as it would be awfully hard to prove in court, and the attempt could be a very hurtful experience for you, and you've had way mroe than your fair share of hurt to date. Try to find a good CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ) therapist to work with, as they can help you find other ways of responding when the memories trouble you, and moving beyond them rather than wrestling with the memories each day. You do not have to remain "ruined" by those ugly experiences, but you can triumphantly rise aove and beyond them
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