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Healing From Rape: The Steubenville Victim

With a lot of attention placed on the Steubenville rapists’ future, Time.com highlights the difficulty for rape victims to recover, especially those who are the center of high-profile cases. Biased media coverage, death threats, stigma, isolation, PTSD and shame can all stand in the way of victims' healing. The good news: Therapy and counseling can make a huge difference. 

 

(Photo: AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, Pool)

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