Self Care and Feeling Sexy After Rape

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I thought today was the perfect time to reblog this post from a year ago and add to it.

I’ve taken many steps forward in my life but one of my biggest challenges I’m facing is feeling good/sexy in my own skin.

I know it will be a battle but it will be worth it when I am free!

Tonight, I revisited doing some body self care and loving the heck out of my sexy self!

I have also started to take better care of my body (eating wise) and I feel incredible.

Reclaiming your body after rape/sexual assault can seem near impossible, but nothing has stopped me yet.

I’m SuperKatie and I deal with the weird and uncomfortable and it hasn’t killed me yet!

This is a work in progress.

In the mean time, this is my self care for the night.

Pressing Forward Towards the Mark!


Source: Get Sexy For Yourself!!

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