Until the age of 36, Jesse drowned memories in alcohol. The only child in the family of the manager and his wife, she began to drink regularly when she was only 13 years old. “At that time, I did not understand this, but in reality I was so relieved of pain,” recalls Jesse, who is now 43 years old. At the age of 36, she began to be treated for alcoholism and the memories of how her father had abused her, swam out.
During treatment, Jesse realized that she was getting drunk so as not to feel pain. She may even now beware of men, afraid to enter into intimate relationships. She managed to get a master's degree, but it was difficult for her to stay in the workplace. “In 1 year, I changed six places because of my unserviceable nature, I never trusted the leadership and rebelled against everyone who had power over me,” she recalls. Like most women who have suffered similar injuries, Jesse has turned into a lonely woman suffering from vague fears, from which even alcohol did not save.
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