Abuse Interviews

We can help you tell your story.

Posting Access:
All Members , Moderated
Never apologize for showing feeling. When you do so, you apologize for the truth.


What defines sexual assault?

This community is female only. This community is members only. That means only members can read, post and comment.
All posts will be friends only and viewable to only members of the community. The only exception to this will be anything on the member information that is linked to a post.
All posts will be subject to approval or denial by group moderators.
If you are male and looking for this type of community, you’re welcome to start your own modeled after us. We'll happily link to each other.

About the Community
This is a community designed with the intention to help people iron out the aspects that involved one or more events of sexual assault. There are tons of support groups out there that offer just that, support. We're here to offer something rather extreme and different, at least in the support group world.

Remember, we are not counselors. This is not a counseling group.

If you are currently in counseling, please consult your therapist about this community and the idea behind it. It may or may not be advisable based upon your point of recovery.

Important information regarding posting in a forum and if you're in counseling.

Members requesting to be interviewed will post as detailed an explanation as possible to outline a single incident. Then, we (moderators and/or members) will follow-up with questions that are specific to the story. They'll reply, we'll reply and so on and so forth.

When the member is done telling their story, we (the moderators) will write their story in completion and submit it as a new thread in the forum (or directly to them if they prefer). Members will also be given the option to rewrite the story themselves, if they prefer. Other options, however, are available

You should post to the community to start your interview.

Here is a sample of an initial explanation and subsequent interview. The final re-written story can be found here. Please be sure to read the interview first so that you know how the final story was formulated.

If after reading all of this, you’re still interested in joining this community, please read through our community rules.

A more detailed explanation about this community can be found here.

If you have any questions regarding what we are doing with this community, please feel free to email us here: abuseinterview@gmail.com

We are not therapists nor are we schooled in any manner of counseling. We started this group because we are survivors. We are in counseling. We are NOT counselors. We are here to help those who would like it in this specific format. Abuse_Interview is not a support community. Support is offered at any of these locations.

What Can You Do?
Finding a Therapist
Warning Signs of an Abusive Relationship
Soul Cards
Child Abuse
USA Rape Statistics
What's Going on Currently in Rwanda
Domestic Violence
Family Violence/Abuse
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Using the Law
Learing to Cope
Information for Men