after 3 and a half months, i finally gained the courage to report him to the police. i was so scared before. every time i even though about phoning the cops, my heart would start beating, i felt like i wanted to throw up, and i would feel lightheaded like i was about to pass out. today i had those same symptoms, but i knew i had to do it. i relive the incident every day, and it's not fair that he's walking around without a care in the world. am i afraid to face him in court? YES. it is probably going to be the hardest thing i have ever done in my life. but you know what? if i don't follow through with this, he will do it to someone again. i'm basically writing this right now because i want to let everyone know that if i can do it, YOU CAN do it. trust me... i never thought i'd gain the courage and strength, but i just got up and finally did it.
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