I feel guilty because this would never have happened if I hadn''t taken that route home. I know I shouldn’t think like this, but I can’t help it.

Even though I know it happened, it still feels unreal. It''s hard to accept and understand what occurred truly.

I can’t remember much from the first weeks following the incident. Almost everything seems foggy.

It was hard to go out, even just to go to a store. I felt insecure.

I alternated between feeling angry and feeling sad. My mood was continuously up and down.

For me, the trial was a sort of rehabilitation. Either way, I felt better afterwards.

If I had known everything I would have to go through after reporting the crime, I wouldn't have done it.

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