"It's not as bad as you're making out" and "serves you bloody right" from dear old mum and dad, this was at the hospital while I was waiting for X-rays which revealed several broken ribs. Mind you "stop whinging" and "you made your bed, now lie in it" from my sister when I sobbed to her that I had nowhere to go as my parents would only let me stay with them if I left my DD behind was up there too.
And best of all, after I finally found a way to escape "if your father knew he'd have wiped the floor with him" errrrr!!!
"Well, it's all a big learning curve, isn't it? I mean in a way it's best to get these things out of the way, they do happen! Now you can go off to Uni and enjoy yourself! It's miles away so it's not like you'll have to think about is it?"
Said by my college form tutor when confided in her that I'd been sexually assaulted by the chef who worked at the pub where I waitressed for the summer before university.
Sad thing was I believed her and really thought I was being a bit silly, so I didn't report it and was approached a year or so later by the police after some other poor girl who was working there did
"Oh that's sounds like fun" Said by friend when I told her I had woken up to find then bf having sex with me. yeah..that added to the confusion I felt somewhat. In her defence I suppose she was as naive as me.
"I'm glad you didn't report it, you'd have wrecked his life."
A no-longer friend who has to believe that 99% of asssults, especially those that don't involve dark alleys, are false accusations by evil women set up to ruin decent upstanding men. I think she finds it easier to believe that than accept that her brother was convicted because he was guilty.