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Cereabral palsy

By Anonymous May 10, 2015 - 12:35am
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I was born with cereabral palsy. Im a lithuanian 30 female. Head tumor removed, useless. No coordination, as it all my life were.

The next question is what specialists are advised to rape victim? It was almost a decade ago, but I want forget it as much as I can.

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No matter the exact events or the time that has lapsed between, your mental and emotional health should be priority.  Sometimes it is not possible to simply forget without true healing.  

Since it still effects your life to this day, counseling could be very helpful for you.


May 12, 2015 - 8:51pm

Hello and thank you for sharing your question.  I am so sorry you went through this terrible event.  I would love to give you some helpful advice on the matter.

I want to be sure that I understand your question correctly.  Do you mean to ask what kind of specialists give advice to rape victims?

If this is your question then I'm happy to say there are many sources to help rape victims in the US.

 First of all, you can file a police report about your attacker.   Rape is a crime.  Notifying the police can ensure that proper legal actions are taken and that this person cannot rape anyone else.  Reporting the crime can be the first step in gaining back a sense of personal strength and control.

Second of all, you can talk to a counselor who is trained to assist rape victims.  You can find a counselor by contacting a local rape crisis center, a hotline, a counseling service, other rape assistant organization or RAINN.  RAINN is a national victim assistance organization at 1-800-656-HOPE.


May 10, 2015 - 5:48pm
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Anonymous (reply to fchacon)

Thanks a lot. A lithuanian lawer advised me to forget it as it was almost a decade ago.

Im responsible for it, also. You se, cereabral palsy afects brain a lot. A person who has it is ment to be naive for all his life.

May 12, 2015 - 2:19am
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