By Suzana Harlan-Wright”I had no idea what was happening in my life, but I knew I needed to do something.
I thought I would write it down, but it became a story about myself.
I didn’t know what to write about, so I went on Google and read the rest of the articles.””
There were stories about the things that happen to me in my bedroom when I’m alone and I was in the shower.
Then there was this one story about being sexually assaulted and the fear I had about it.
I found it incredibly personal and it just clicked.
It was such a relief.
It was really fun, because I had never felt this way before.
I was able to express myself through writing.”
She had been living with her parents, but had been unable to make the time to visit her parents at home for some time.
She said the story of her sexual assault and the trauma it had caused was something she wanted to share.
“I just wanted to talk about my experiences, but my parents didn’t want to hear it.
It made them feel like I was a criminal.
I just wanted my story to be a story for everyone else.”
She said she had been very anxious to tell her story because she wanted others to understand that sexual assault is not something that is a matter of being alone.
“The idea of having to talk to someone who doesn’t believe in you, or think you are a bad person, makes me feel so ashamed.
When I read a story where someone says that, I feel so angry.”
She added: “When people read stories about being raped or sexually assaulted, they often think that it’s something that can happen to any woman.
But it’s not.
It’s different to being sexually attacked.
I’m not saying it’s normal, I’m just saying it is something that people need to talk more about.”
The BBC spoke to Suzana who was also a survivor of rape.
She said: “I felt that I was an easy target because I was wearing a bikini and I looked like a sexy model.
I wasn’t a good model.
When you’re a young woman, you don’t have the confidence or the confidence to say no.”
It’s something I want to talk and I want people to know that it is not normal.
It shouldn’t be normal.
I am just a normal girl.
“Read more stories from the UK in the BBC’s Newsday section.