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Old 04-20-2019, 06:20 AM #1
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I'm so completely stressed out and overwhelmed by events and a family crisis in my life. Self-harm is both a stress relief pressure valve and a means of externalizing emotional pain. I haven't done anything yet. It's been a while since I have. But I want to so so much. I cannot deal with things. Would it really be such a bad thing if I'm careful?
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You should avoid if possible. Is tough disfigurement habit to drop. I cut my thighs and under side of breasts so not noticeable when stressing. breast bleed best relief
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