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Should I confront him? - January 28th 2012, 09:15 PM

My first serious now ex boyfriend date raped me. I'm not sure whether i should confront him or not. It happened several months ago. I posted about it in this thread yesterday too. Since we now live so far apart from each other it would be impossible to do it in person. Should i message or text him?
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Re: Should I confront him? - January 29th 2012, 02:12 AM

I would definately confront him about it however you feel is best. Also depending on how long ago it happend I would even go as far as telling the authorties.
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Re: Should I confront him? - January 29th 2012, 02:24 PM

Hey there,

I'm sorry to hear that this has happened. If you feel like confronting him will bring about closure for you, then I'd definitely recommend it. However, doing it in person could trigger your bad memories of what happened and although you could stick through it; it'll probably be really hard to do something like that. I think in this case, it'd be okay to message him. I wouldn't text him because I doubt you'll say everything you need to say within one itty bitty text. So what I would do is email/message on Facebook. First write it all out on Word or Notepad on the computer, whatever your choice of word processor is. Then copy and paste it onto an email/message.

I hope it works out for you. Let us know how it goes.

If you ever need anything, or help with how to write this letter, or anything at all.. feel free to PM me.

Take care,
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