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Two and a half years ago, my partner of seven years sexually assaulted me. We were sharing a room with other people, and he wanted to have sex. After I refused and attempted to go back to sleep, he continued to masturbate against me, purposefully where people could see if they were to wake. After this went on for a considerable amount of time, in shame I led him to the bathroom to have sex with him just so he would stop. I felt disgusted, and was deeply troubled for the rest of the trip. We were, however, moving into our first home, and I loved (and still love) him deeply, so I put it down to his mental health and self-esteem issues, which at the time were particularly bad. In the last six months, this incident has begun to haunt me. I think about it at least once a day, and it’s gotten worse since the current stories of sexual assault began appearing in the news every day. Talking to him isn’t an option—it will destroy us. He isn’t that man anymore, and has never ever done anything like that again. I fear reminding him will make him regress back to the state he was in at the time of the incident. I’m wondering if therapy could help me to resolve my feelings. I love my partner, we are truly best friends, and our relationship is fantastic in so many ways. I hope to marry him and know he feels the same way. But I need closure from this historical incident, and to leave it in the past where his behavior stayed. 1 purposefully where people could see if they were to wakeの訳をお願いします。 2 I put it down to his mental health and self-esteem issuesはどのような意味でしょうか? 3 help me to resolve my feelingsのtoはなくても良いのでしょうか? 4 leave it in the past where his behavior stayedの訳をお願いします。 以上、よろしくお願いします


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1 purposefully where people could see if they were to wakeの訳をお願いします。  もし起きていたら、わざと他の人にも見えるように 2 I put it down to his mental health and self-esteem issuesはどのような意味でしょうか?  (このような行為は彼の普通の状態ではなく)彼の精神衛生状態と自信喪失(が一時的ににそうさせている)問題だと考えた。 3 help me to resolve my feelingsのtoはなくても良いのでしょうか?  はい、いいと思います。 4 leave it in the past where his behavior stayedの訳をお願いします。  彼の行為が属する過去に置く >(彼のその時の行為は繰り返されていないから)過去のこと、と(忘れて)置く。





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