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    Sexual Assault Statistics


    (PolicyMic) -- RAINN's Katherine Hull offers five ways to support a loved one when they tell you they have been raped: 1. Believe them. 2. Acknowledge them. 3. Avoid giving direct advice like going to the police or hospital. 4. Allow the survivor to tell the story on his or her own terms. 5. Remind them that it wasn’t their fault.

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