ok here i go, see i'm writing a book called in the middle, life as a non severe aspi, now i got the out-lay it's going to be informational with little short storie's at the bottom of my experience to better explain things, also mentioning the more severe cases worse than myself to!


now in the relationships and sex chapter apart of my life and experience is being raped at age 17 by a rather large (and i don't mean tall) german back-packer, now the experience itself is revelant however when people hear it they tend to want to adopt me or feel sorry for me, i'm afraid that although it's revelance is important, it might take away from the actual point of the book and even smother some of the information, so what do you think i should do?

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  • i think i'll give it a try next time i'm alone properly!
    and thank you i think your right XD
  • Is the story one you want to share?  How would you feel sharing your story with your loved ones?  I believe that our experiences mould us into the people we are- your experience- as tragic as it was, evolved you into the strong and caring young man you are today.  You should never feel shame for what you have experienced, or feel that it takes away or defines you... you are the SUM of your parts- good and bad, you are perfect just the way are... if you can deal with any fallout from your revelations (I think you can) then it is up to you to how much you want to include and in which way you want to slant it.  But I think many young people would benefit from your knowledge, that you CAN survive and thrive amidst this crazy world. 

    And it may help heal any wounds on your soul, remember that you have hidden guides here for you... ask for divine guidance in the form a sign or something meaningful to you- you will be amazed at what happens.

  • huh, i never really thought about it like that!

    so i should include it, just spin it the right way!
    still i don't want it to take away from everything else :/

    so you do think i should add it in then???

  • I understand, lol, I kind of want to adopt you too.  My suggestion is to concentrate more on the effect, the emotional and spiritual implications of your situation.  Rape does not define who you are, just the other day we were talking about that poor woman held as a sex slave for over a decade- she is a lovely woman with a keen mind and strong spirit who survived something that could have killed or broken her.... but she's done marvelous things with herself and found joy amidst the heartache. 

    THAT should be your slant, the strength you've found, not what brought it into being. 

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