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A person who has been sexually abused as a child often thinks that once the abuse stops, he or she can “just get on with life.” At that point everything will be “just fine.” After-all, the past is the past, right? I’ve been there and have done that and fell for the same lie.
I kept pushing him away more and more until I couldn’t be intimate with him at all.
It was just too painful of a reminder of the hurt I had experienced in my past.
So, in essence, my past abuse continued haunting me, “It is understandable that you would continue to struggle with the abuse you went through as a child.
I couldn’t just put it on a “shelf” away from the forefront of my mind and count on it staying there any longer.
Eventually memories came out to haunt me when I least expected it —especially during intimate times with my husband.