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myponyjoey
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I was sexually harassed/assaulted everyday at school for 3 years. I feel stupid, but I'm afraid of him. And I'm totally uncomfortable taking off my sweatshirt when in class with him. I wanted to look into the free counseling in my area but I don't want to tell my mom. I know my school called her and told her when I reported him a month ago but she never said anything to me. I feel so weak and I don't want to tell her I want help. Plus, I don't want to talk to her about how I feel and I know she'd tell me to do that instead. She's my only form of transportation, so I can't do anything without her knowing. I don't know what to do
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Robin Lee
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Hi myponyjoey


I responded to this in your other thread. For future reference, we do ask that people only post their question or concern in one thread, not in multiple threads. Thanks. [Smile]

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Jessica H.
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If you can still see replies on this thread, even though you don't want to tell your mom, I really think that a conversation would really help. Maybe sit down with her and tell her about your experiences, this can help you to come to terms with it a bit more, and also if she didn't say anything to you when the school called her, this could mean that she is struggling to come to terms with it too. A chat would really help the both of you. Also, tell her that you would want to attend counselling sessions, and i'm pretty certain she would understand. I know you have said several times you do not want to talk to her, but I would strongly advise you do!

Jess

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