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Is der 100% surety, dat I will know if someone assaults me while asleep, I hv a wide vagina, can easily insert 3 fingers& can't feel partner during sex?
I hv a wide vagina, easily insert 3 fingers& can't feel during sex, is it possible that if someone assaults me while asleep (fingers/sex) I will nt know?
No: It's unlikely that you would be completely unaware of sexual activity regardless of the shape or size or your vagina. There's all different kinds of people with all different kinds of shapes so don't worry, you will not be victimized because of your vagina and the way you are made. ...Read more
Seek help: If a person believes they have been sexually assaulted, they may have physical symptoms directly due to the assault itself, including pain in the area of penetration (if this happened). Behaviorally there could be a feeling of shame and fear due to the sense of having lost control. It's always best to seek help from your physician if you are not sure. Seek help right after it happens. ...Read more
Be her friend: Don't try to be her therapist. Recovery will include making sense of the event, recognizing what is still intact, focusing on the future rather than the past, on how she can still love and be loved. If she's having intrusive memories or other PTSD-type symptoms, encourage her to get these treated -- we have interventions that work pretty well. I am glad you are there for her. ...Read more
Many: This question suggests that you may be in danger. If you are please seek appropriate help immediately. Features: the health, age & size of the victim, the method & location of assault, the body location of the battery, the force inflicted on the body. The reason for the assault, the mental status of the attacker. Head/neck injuries are the most significant followed by chest and abdominal trauma. ...Read more
Take your: 3 year old to a doctor for evaluation if you suspect any such incident ASAP. ...Read more
Shame: In our society at least, it's inconceivable in mainstream thinking that the male can be the victim; it always has to be the female. It's bad enough when a female is sexually assaulted, God knows, but, in my opinion, it's almost worse when the male is the victim. My colleagues may disagree with me on this, and I hope all those with diffeering opinions chime in here. It's an incredibly important. ...Read more
Talk to a therapist:
In a confidential setting with a competent psychologist or therapist I recommend that you talk through all the feelings associated with being assaulted. Often people who were assaulted have shame around the incident. You can find a therapist close to you here: http://www. Rainn. Org/get-help
be well. It will get better. ...Read more
Rape crisis center: They are all over the country and have specially trained counselors to help. There is finally a growing awareness in the country of how serious the problem is. ...Read more
Big subject: For an in-depth discussion consider discussing with your medical provider or asking a provider on Healthtap Prime or Concierge. ...Read more
What the symptoms from being sexual assaulted? And how can I recover myself if I haven't ask or told anybody that I was sexual assaulted?
You need help: First of all you need to get help. This abuse is to damaging to the body. You must seek help to have a healthy recovery. Now get going ...Read more
I'm a forty five yeared old woman, what are the affects of an assault on a woman with mental illness compared to a normal average woman?
It depends: The effects of a traumatic event (or any event) depend on the psychological meanings it holds for each individual person, based on his/her personal history and psychological makeup. If a current trauma stirs up feelings/memories connected with unresolved past traumas (consciously or unconsciously), we may well see a more extreme reaction than otherwise. There is no general answer. It all depends. ...Read more
I was assaulted by my brother & cousin. I feel traumatised and in general am very sensitive. Don't want to get professional help, any self-help tips?
Get help now: You should report this as soon as possible. Tell family and friends immediately, and inform law enforcement at the same time. Family and friends can be helpful during the most difficult early moments after an assault. This is very important for the following reasons: to keep the same person from assaulting others, to provide psychological closure for you, to rule out medical problems. Best wishes ...Read more
Get counselling: If the statute of limitations has not run its' course, it can still be reported to the proper authorities. Either way, please get some counselling to "remove the guilt" so that you can "move forward" in a psychologically "healthy way". ...Read more
Nonconsensual Acts: Sexual assault refers to any sexual behavior without a person's consent. By definition this includes all sexual behavioor perpetrated by adults toward minors, because children are not considered to be of age to give consent. In addition, forced sexual activity by an older child toward a younger child may be considered to be assault. ...Read more
Shame/guilt: Shame/guilt is just about the darkest emotion people can face. It presupposes that there's an audience to our alleged wrongdoings, and that devastating judgement will be passed. Something to remember is that everyone has something they feel ashamed about; it's inescapable. Find a reputable psychotherapist to speak with. Getting it off one's chest in a safe, nonjudgmental place is the first step. ...Read more
Unfortunately!: Yes. Mostly this is often unreported because of the sense of shame or threats from the perpetrator. Commonly, the victims know the assailant. Unreported assaults can cause severe psychologic damage! ...Read more
See your doctor!: There are so many issues with sexual assault. Anyone who has been assaulted needs to be tested for std's. You can discuss with your doctor whether you want to have a full exam or pursue counseling. You should also consider filing charges with the police. Most people are scared and not sure what to do. If you are hurt, you should go to the er for care right away. ...Read more
Physical Abuse: This sounds like physical abuse unless you are hitting the woman while in a sexual act like rape. I found a site on the net that may help you learn the definition. Http://www. Commerce. Wa.gov/site/261/default. Aspx. ...Read more
Local ER: It is very important to have the courage and trust to go to your local emergency room as soon as possible to get the support and care necessary for your mental health as well as collecting evidence for your protection. ...Read more
Always inappropriate: In a "civilized" society in which we live, there is no legitimate place for either sexual assault or harassment, and is a job termination offense (harassment) in most policy manuals, or a felony in the judicial system. (assault).. ...Read more
See an expert in SA.: I'm so sorry you were assaulted. The fb's are one of the worst parts and leave most feeling out of control. You need to work with a therapist who specializes in sa who can help you learn some coping skills for this and all residuals of the assault. Some things my patients have found helpful are completely concentrate on something as a distraction, figure out what the triggers are to avoid. ...Read more
Options for help: If you are a victim of a crime and there is a police report, then in many states you can qualify for assistance from "crime victims reparations". Contact your local department of mental health to see if such a program exists where you are. They can help pay for treatment if you qualify. Other interventions include individual and group psychotherapy. Emdr and tfcbt also are effective treaments. ...Read more
Depends what kind: There are too many variables here. Was this by a stranger? A family member? A spouse? Is this rape? Molestation? Sexual harassment at work? The most general advice is to keep yourself as safe as reasonably possible, report any illegal activities when you have been the victim, and get counseling or therapy if you have been traumatized by any type of assault. (and medical care for rape.). ...Read more
Awareness: A few suggestions: watch where you go, and go with someone you know, trust, and enjoy. Dress modestly. Stay observant so that you can respond as needed to developing situations. Getting extremely intoxicated would make this difficult to impossible. Also, don't leave your drink unattended -- where someone may add something to it. ...Read more
More info needed: Simply staring is not enough information to calculate the chance of an assault; if that person is following you, breathing deeply and slowly then an assault is more likely. Best to calmly leave that kind of situation. ...Read more
Be careful: There is no way to guarantee that you won't be a victim but there are ways to protect yourself. Be careful who you're with when you go out, have a buddy and keep tabs on each other. Don't let anyone tell you you can't say no at any point. Be prepared to protect yourself, self defense classes may help. If you're meeting someone new, don't have him drive you, drive yourself. ...Read more
No avoiding stress: There really are no ways of avoiding stress if there is someone in your life whom you don't trust and is being verbally aggressive. The first step is in acknowledging the negative toll the interaction is having on one's life. Seeking out a psychologist for professional assistance can help sort out what actions need to be taken to reduce the stress immediately and in the long-run. ...Read more
Possibly: If you will invest in the emotional work needed this is possible. You will need to contact a rape crisis center or other source of information to find a counsellor and/or support group. Over time you can rid yourself of the residual feelings and chart a course to the future. It will take time, but without the work, you will continue to suffer. ...Read more
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