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    Just questioning

    When I was 9, I went over to my best friends house like usual. This day though, he wasnít there, his older brother answered the door. He said I could stay and play. They both had a younger brother and he was there that day. Us 3 went into the garage to play, which we never do. My bf(best friend)ís older brother tells us that we are playing a game called Sales man. He tells his younger brother that his job is to go out front and sell melons and to not come back until heís told. He says our job was to be in the garage and sell clothes. Then he pulled his mothers 1 piece bathing suit out of a box in the garage and tells me to get naked and put it on. I donít know why but I listened and did what he said. After he had me model it he told me to lay face down on this mattress in the garage( I donít know why the mattress was there I guess they were getting ready to throw it out). When I was down on the mattress I looked back and he had pulled out his dick and started rubbing it on me, and then he forced it in me. His younger brother came back and he yelled at him to get out. I canít really remember much after that, I think I blocked it out. But I remember walking home(they lived 5 doors down) and feeling very awkward. I completely erased this from my mind until I was 25, and then it started coming back to me. I think this was the moment I lost my innocence? Recently Iíve been struggling with alcohol addiction. And I canít get these memories out of my head.......

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    I am so sorry that you lived through what you describe...this boy preyed on your innocence...that the memories still linger.
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    Hello Anonymous, I am so sorry this happened to you more and hope Fort can be here for you.. The mind can repress painful memories very deeply but I dont believe they ever go away. They can be quite hard to deal without a good support system. I hope you will look into that. Fort has a really good library if you are not sure where to start. You are not alone.
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