posted on Oct, 14 2015 @ 01:32 PM
I was wondering if you guys could help me here with advice.
Before anyone thinks oh she is just a bit short of a few bob and she is looking for any excuse at all to make a a quick buck, that is not the case.
I am not persuing this for money or looking to sue. I am looking to take possible action.
I have suffered from anxiety and panic attacks since i was a kid, i was a perfectly normal kid and then about the primary school age i started getting
mood swings and my brain iq went down too, i started going from an A student down to a C at best.
Anyway, i recently have been getting anxiety health therapy, and they made me think back to any incidents which may have triggered my anxiety attacks,
including an attempted burgularly at a friends` house several years back, and i then rememberd an incident which happened 15 years approx ago, where
on the school ground, a classmate punched the back of my head repeatedly about 10 times.
Why i didnt report it, i dont know, i may have been afraid more than anything, but i was at the time dizzy, and it took me about 1 hour to regroup my
I honestly cant remember that much from the time, it was at the end of a school day and i think i may have looked for a teacher but everyone was
leaving, and then overnight i felt better and i think apart from a few angry glares at this lad, i didnt pursue it.
However the more i think back to that incident, the more my depression, brain iqs, learning abilities started to disintegrate around the time of that
incident. And i am genuinely worried that i may have suffered some sort of brain damage from that incident.
I am not wanting to pursue it for financial reasons but the more now i as an adult look back at it, the more angry i am at this unprovoked attack, and
the more i want to look at taking action about it.
It happened 15 years ago (i can look at the exact date if i researched it), and there were several people around when it happened, guys and girls i
havent seen for years, but i am pretty sure if i tried hard enough to get hold of them, as they live in the same town, some of them may remember.
Is 15 years too late to prevent an assult charge?
I really would like a bit of advice because the more i think about it, the more i look at my current learning disabilties and anxietys starting around
the time of that incident, and that attack could very well have ruined (well i am stil fairly young so it hasnt completly ruined my life), but it
could very well have affected me in a bad way for life.
Thanks for reading, ps im in the UK.