IT CATCHES YOU UP
It happened to thousands.
Innocent lonely children looking and responding to warped affection and love by adults they respected or were forced to respect.
Later, it crawls or sneaks back into your life, and it catches you up.
No matter how good and clever you have become in pushing it back; getting on with your life; wearing many different masks; sooner or later, it is there in front and not behind.
Running away, keeping the thoughts and memories behind is too difficult. Run back? — No, you have already been there.
It is in front and you have to decide what next.
You either stop dead or meet it head on. It is more than difficult, it is destroying, it brings back the frightening and the despairing moments, and especially if you feel alone.
They become alive and part of you again – they are no longer historical, they are alive and in all parts of your life and your family’s life.
It is so sad.