The Assault

On August 31st, 2019, I was raped by a stranger I met at a nightclub in London. Today, I am telling that story. But before I do, it’s worth explaining why I want to share, and why I chose to do so in such a public manner.

The need to share, and often to share repeatedly, is part of the healing process for trauma. This article from Psychology Today lists the many benefits of speaking about your trauma. Telling your story can help you make…

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