According to the Rape, Incest and Abuse National Network, these are other things you can do to support a rape victim: And remember that while supporting a rape victim, it's also important to care for yourself too.
If you're not well, you can't hope to help anyone else.
She never reported the incident and I am one of the only people she has ever discussed it with. All on this forum who have been hurt by this are in my thoughts. In life you have to learn to let what happened go....there's no point on dwelling what happened.
For the longest time, I was trying to figure out why she acted in certain ways. I now understand the deep and lasting implications of this act. Maybe you and your girlfriend need to become closer and talk EVERYTHING through, or she needs to talk to someone about what happened.
And keep in mind that it takes time for a rape victim to heal.
Part of supporting a rape victim is not trying to rush them and understanding that they will heal in their own time.
It happened when I was 14 and younger by my brother and a "close friend".