Loosing a sense

I used to always want to marry a military man stand by his side and be proud. Until my sister was molested in the army. I know she was. She doesn't say anything. She is cold and emotionless. I have lost her forever. I will never know how she feels every again. I want to erase her pain. We have been through so much already. I can't protect her anymore. My sister is a stranger.

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  • The military itself has a way of draining off the emotion in any person, whether male or female, at least when it comes to interaction with non-military personnel. It could be that's what's happened here, and it just seems like there is a deeper and more sinister explanation for her distance. The only way to be sure is to ask, and if you don't get an answer, or don't get a satisfactory one, keep asking. If she's been hurt, she'll want to talk about it, at least at some point in time. Don't give up on her, or on your relationship with her. Keep trying to help. She'll know that's what you're doing and she won't think you're prying.

  • Sorry but we only care about the HIV confession here.

  • If/when she's ready to talk, have her contact rainn.org

  • How do you know this happened to her?

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