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What others have said about taking part in the Truth Project:

Simply thank you for listening, understanding and being there.

I feel very proud of myself that I found the courage to assist the Truth Project … of course it brought up very painful memories, but I felt this was done in a gentle and friendly way. I had first class support throughout.

I felt that the people took the time to make me feel comfortable, could be trusted and treated me with respect at all times ... I used the support offered before, during and after the meeting ... Just trust that when you start talking it does become easier.

My head is held up high, I am content with the decision I made to disclose the abuse I suffered.

I feel the sensitive nature in which you have executed the project, the excellent support I've received and the opportuntiy to be listened to and have the damage sexual abuse does validated is so beneficial.

I was impressed with the care shown to make sure I was at ease and felt safe. This made sharing my experience all the easier, and I felt respected and listened to throughout.

My message to you is please don’t suffer in silence, as hard as it is, try and speak to someone about your bad experience, it will help you deal with it better. Thank you to the Truth Project for helping me.

Making contact with the Truth Project, which I came across online, was the best thing I have done just for me in years! It is not easy laying your soul on the line but I am so pleased to have done it after 60 years

I wish to say what a positive experience it was telling my story after it being a 'hidden dirty secret' for nearly 60 years. To be listened to and believed has lifted so much from my shoulders … I feel today is the start of the rest of my life.

I can honestly say my experience with the Truth Project has been so positive. The support offered and provided was fantastic. The facilitator spoke in clear language and was very kind in her manner.

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