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What should I say?

Posted by rockymtnhi on May 31, 2004, at 22:22:52

Most likely next week, I will need to disclose to members in group therapy that I have been physically and sexually abused. I don't mind telling them as much as I mind hearing their comments afterwards. For example, I expect they will say something caring and supportive. The group T will ask me what I think about their response. My "true" response is that I am not able to hear it. I don't want to alienate anyone by expressing that. What could I say in response that will not make them feel rejected? (This is not a sexual abuse group but I suspect there are others in the group who have been sexually abused).




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