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I'm glad you and Rose had a chance to talk about your parents. It can help to hear different perspectives.
She may have told you that your assault was one of the worst ones she had heard of to help impress on you that your recovery from it is very normal. And to maybe help your perspective of it in terms of recovery. It may not be easy to hear and I can see why you feel it might not help, but I think her motives might have been to help rather than hurt you. If you feel that is not helpful, you can always tell her that it isn't so she doesn't repeat it or bring it up in any way.
Whenever you go through a difficult time, it is normal to feel that your coping mechanisms are not as effective. They are really stretched thin when you have so many stressors going on at once. This will pass as you work through some of the situations. Also, think about spending more time on caring for yourself. Do things that help to build your confidence. Pamper yourself, get away for a while or just take a day for you. Doing something like that can replenish your strength and help you feel more in control.
I hope your move goes well! Moving is a great chance at a new start.
It is great to talk with you again, Shay. Take care and I'll talk with you soon!