Halloween isn’t all candy, pumpkins, and parties — it has one of the highest sexual assault rates. For people who are assaulted on or close to Halloween, this time of year can feel extra frightening and may cause trauma to resurface.
If you’ve been sexually assaulted on Halloween or at a Halloween event, here are five gentle reminders to help you through this difficult time of year. 1.
Any way you choose to view Halloween is OK. Your friends and family may not understand why you might feel reluctant to celebrate Halloween, especially if they don’t know about your assault.Read more on themighty.com