DEAR DEIDRE:THEY say you never get over your first love and that’s certainly true for me – but for all the wrong reasons.
We met at school and I thought I really loved him.
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After a year together, I decided I was ready to sleep with him.
I was 18 and he was 19. We were at his house and were kissing and cuddling, then he led me to his bedroom.
Everything felt good until he entered me and it hurt, so I asked him to stop.
Only he didn’t. He carried on and I ended up having to fight him off with my arms and legs.
I’m now 34 and I still think about my first time every day.
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I struggle to trust men and have only had one long-term relationship.
Would it be worth reporting what he did to me all these years on, or should I try to get on with my life?
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DEIDRE SAYS: Please get in contact with Rape Crisis, who can support you and help you decide if you want to report this man.
Even if you decide you don’t want to go to the police, some counselling would certainly help you deal with this serious sexual assault, enabling you to move forward with your life.
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