People Read Strangers’ Most Painful Secrets

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  • Published on:  Sunday, October 28, 2018
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  • Jubilee

    Jubilee

     11 months ago +870

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  • Petya Haralanova

    Petya Haralanova

     14 hours ago

    Speak up... I wish I could hug all the people and tell them it isn't their fault...

  • Jsjd Shhshs

    Jsjd Shhshs

     4 days ago

    This black man touched me inappropriately. I waited 5 months to tell my parents about it ...he died the next day from (multiple gunshots)

  • I like drawing

    I like drawing

     4 days ago +1

    (trigger warning, mentions of suicide, rape, and self-harm.)
    When I was four, my preschool teacher raped me. I'm 13 now, and I'm still too scared to speak up about it. I don't want anyone hurt, I don't want her to be put in jail, I want her to live a good life. even though she hurt me and made my life miserable. Honestly, I tried killing myself so many times because of this. but, I can't leave my mother.. shes my home. my anxiety is very bad, I'm gonna be put on depression meds soon. Which, is bad. because I know they won't help. also, going to therapy soon. That might help, I'm not sure. I don't know what to do anymore. I feel lost, I feel trapped. I feel trapped by my anxiety and memories of what happened. I struggle with self-harm also. since I was 10. I'm so confused on what to do. If you read all of this, Thank you so much. I love you.

  • brookie _namjinsopevminkookrules

    brookie _namjinsopevminkookrules

     6 days ago

    I didn’t think I’d be crying right now

  • Pink Sky

    Pink Sky

     7 days ago

    For everyone that’s been raped or molested:
    Please know that it wasn’t your fault, you didn’t deserve that, you deserve being happy and at peace, you are amazing, we are here to support you and hear you

  • Ashleigh

    Ashleigh

     7 days ago

    These stories break my heart. The fact that people have been used and mistreated like this is so heart breaking. It makes them feel like they aren’t good enough and like they are a waste of space. They feel dirty and horrible and they just can’t forget about it no matter how hard they try. If you’ve ever been through something like this, you are amazing and strong and I’m proud of you. You are beautiful inside and out and you are a warrior. You have been through some of the hardest things and yet you are still here. You are incredible. (This is just how I imagine people to feel as I have never been through this so I’m so sorry if this is not correct in any way)❤️

  • Kathryn Long

    Kathryn Long

     7 days ago

    I was sexually abused by my brother for just over 6 years (10-16), by one of my ex’s for 3 months and have been raped 6 times. I didn’t tell anyone what happened with my brother until I was 18. I told my parents and when they didn’t do anything and started to blame me I stopped talking about it. Only 2 people know about the other events. And unfortunately I don’t think I will be telling anyone about them in the future.

  • Katy Williams

    Katy Williams

     14 days ago +1

    this channel really hits home because i was almost raped, yet i felt all the feelings just from sexual assault... it makes me cry to think about what could’ve happened if i didn’t have the strength to protect myself.

    i hope and pray that who ever reads this is blessed with the chance to never experience anything so traumatic, and if you have, i am so sorry something so terrifying and unexplainably degrading happened to you. if you need to talk to anyone i’m here.

  • nicole blasing

    nicole blasing

     14 days ago

    & THIS IS WHY WE NEED BETTER SEXUAL EDUCATION. KIDS NEED TO KNOW THEY HAVE A SAFE PLACE &WHEN & WHAT TO REPORT

  • Sky High

    Sky High

     14 days ago

    My brother was recently sexually assaulted by one of his friends, me and my siblings are so lucky to have parents that are easy to talk to and so loving but, when we tried to press charges the boy admitted to doing it, but they wouldn't let my brother press charges because they were both boys and said he was probably lying .

    My school said he was lying because the boy who did it was one of there top students and they couldn't believe it even though they knew it was true , all my brothers friends turned on him calling him a liar and freak. The boy who did it is proud and acts like its an achievement, it disgusts me.

    My brother luckily goes to a new special school he loves and is fighting depression.

    I still have to go to the school and see the boy everyday and all my brothers old friends, it makes me sick and i have often fainted from stress and had many panic attacks. I don't want to move schools because i have all my friends there.

    I felt like i needed to get this off my chest not for sympathy.

  • Fiona Aitken

    Fiona Aitken

     14 days ago +1

    Imagine your own father sexually assaulting your childhood best friend. Imagine having to deal with the burden as the daughter of the assualter. I feel like these things only show one side...there are so many other parts of these stories. It's not just "they should burn". When the assaulter is someone you love and have always looked up to, it puts a whole new perspective on these things. He was drunk when it happened about 2 years ago. I feel incredible empathy for my friend who had to go through that. My father is a much better person and has completely ditched alcohol and is paying the price. I have had to carry the burden- whether it be not having a ride to school, facing my parents divorce, losing my best friend with the law between us, and tons of other things. No, my father is not a bad man, he struggles with unchecked mental illness but is luckily doing much better. My friend is recovering as well. Wish people could try to understand the other factors within the family of the "person who should burn in hell".

  • tar bam

    tar bam

     14 days ago

    Thank you

  • Lela Psic

    Lela Psic

     14 days ago

    Whats up with those uncles...

  • Kieara Mayes

    Kieara Mayes

     14 days ago

    2:40 he looks like Bryce from 13 reasons why

  • Katrina Nalzaro

    Katrina Nalzaro

     21 days ago

    All memories just flood up, i feel like im re living it all. The fear, pain and terror

  • Hamza

    Hamza

     21 days ago +1

    When I was 14, I was sexually molested by a driver we hired, it’s hard to explain stuff but yeah, he asked me not to tell anyone, I was frozen through out it, I decided not to tell anyone, although there were like a lot of people home, only because he was driving my father back. I’m still struggling to this day, my school life changed tremendously, went from being an A student to a failure, my constant thoughts are, if only I was not there at the time when the driver was there, things could’ve been different. For anyone who has been through this, I’m extremely sorry, stay strong.

  • Dede Hope

    Dede Hope

     21 days ago

    Uncles are bad nowadays

  • April Chow-chee

    April Chow-chee

     21 days ago

    I think a lot of females can relate to this video. Myself included.

  • Jasmin Jasmin

    Jasmin Jasmin

     28 days ago

    Even years later I for some reason still believe that I knew and wanted what happened to me when I was 5. I'm 28 now. I still carry that. My guilt and shame has made me angry and be bitter towards other victims. I hate it. I hate myself. So much.