SP - People who were abused react to the trauma in different ways. Indeed some may show little or no disruption from the abuse while others with even less trauma show significant responses. It isn't so much how much but how it affects and impacts the victim.
However, I also have noticed over the years of treating CSA, that there are plateaus at which the symptoms of CSA need to be assessed and services provided: at the time of discovery of the abuse and ages 8; 12-13; 18-22. If it is not brought out then, generally it will not rise up until about 35-40; 45-55; beyond. Unfortunately, when it comes up later in life, your symptoms have probably all ready affected you, your job, your relationships, your partner, your children...every aspect of your life. I also find that later in life places another guilt trip of "What I shoulda, coulda..." and "The time I wasted..." .
I suggest you not compare yourself to others and how their healing is progressing. Focus on your own journey. I still recall the strength you had with that creep in the store!!
Even though it was unnerving, you found your voice!!!!
I read your posts and encourage you to keep positive about yourself and your journey!
Hope this helped. Questions? PM me.