A woman’s friend says he’s no longer attracted to her after she shared her childhood sexual abuse

Most people have been through things in the past that can be sensitive topics to discuss with new partners – sharing trauma is a daunting task.

There is a level of intimacy, trust, and love required to be able to share these kinds of things with another person, especially if this trauma has a significant impact on your personality.

A woman shared her shock with her boyfriend and didn’t have the reaction she was hoping for.

Her boyfriend told her that he was no longer attracted to her after he told her about the sexual abuse she suffered as a child.

This is not the kind of reaction you want to hear when you tell your partner about your childhood sexual abuse history.

She explains in her Reddit post for “r/TrueOffMyChest” that she didn’t go into details, only “It happened and it’s something I need to recover from.”

“He sat me down the next day and told me he was disgusted,” she wrote. “He said one in two girls had a history of sexual abuse and he was tired of hearing it, then he told me his dick had stopped and he wasn’t more attracted to me.”

This reaction reads like a million red flags and has reached all users who commented on the post by 1.5K.

Nancy Carbone, YourTango expert, is a licensed psychotherapist and counselor who has worked in cases like this woman before.

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