Still Have Flashbacks

by Anonymous
(Location Undisclosed)

So when I was younger, I never realized what my brother was doing to me. We would play a game where we would pretend to be dead, and try to wake each other up. So, he would always touch me in the most private areas of my body. He would go down my pants and up my shirt. I try forget about it, but it still gets to me.


I have a good relationship with my brother now, but still I have flashbacks. He doesn't touch me anymore.

My father on the other hand...

I don't know, it's weird. He always grabs my waist, squeezing it and touching my thigh. I yell at him every. Single. Time. To. Stop. But he never does. I don't think he has any intentions, but I'm always super cautious at night. I used to have such a great relationship with my parents.

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