I talk to my boyfriend and I tell him how scared I am of it happening again and all he says is you have to stand up for yourself and tell him that this shit is over and make it known that you will call the cops next time it happens. & I get that, I think I'm finally strong enough to do it, but it does;t change the fact that I am scared to fucking death and can't sleep because I am frightened that it will and that this might be one of the times where I just black out or whatever it's called and am unable to do anything about what is going on and then I have to deal with all the pain after physical, emotional and whatever. I tried to explain that to him but he really just had the same response, I want him to somehow understand what I mean but it just seems impossible. Has anyone ever been in this type of situation and were able to resolve it in some way? thanks guys, sorry.
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