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TOPIC TITLE: does it ever go away???
Created On 6/23/13 10:47 PM
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fattygolucky
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6/23/13 10:47 PM
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sorry if this has been put up elsewhere...
b"H with a lot A LOT A LOT of siyatta dishmaya i haven't cut in the past 8 months, after having done it for 3 years.
(complete side point-i never told my parents, is it recommended that i should? i did stop on my own...wtvr.)
anyways, while in a way its gotten easier, as in i don't have urges every day anymore, on the other hand, it has gotten much much much harder cuz when i do get the urge to do it, it's so so so much harder, and such gehennom not to, and yeah. so, does it ever go away forever?!
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channafofanna
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6/23/13 11:41 PM
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no one can know that cuz no one has done forever. i can tell you that they do go away after a while, and your right the urges are worse, but ive found it is ok because i know i can overcome the urges, becuase i did before and i know once i start its so much harder to stop
first of all, how old are you? cuz a 15 year old or a 35 yearold teling their parents is two different things. not that im the expert in being a good daughter.....
 
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fattygolucky
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6/24/13 2:17 AM
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i'm the ripe old age of 19


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ooh, cant help you there then. Im also 19 so Im in the same situation as you. I dont tell, but that soesnt mean its the right thing to do...
 
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6/25/13 8:20 PM
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I think it can go away, but can also resurface during stressful times for some people. A year ago I was doing it on a daily basis, but now I don't have any urges at all b"H.
 
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6/27/13 11:37 PM
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thanks!
hatzlacha!


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random vent, my apologies... made it to over 9 months and slipped. but not really on purpose. i didn't want to draw blood, just scratch hard. but then i guess it went more than i thought. and now ijust wanna take something and carve myself up and just yeah. but i've still kept count cuz id idn't do it and my friend knows about my count and holds me accountable. i can't tell her i messed up. and i didn't wanna mess up. i wanna be cut free, i just wanna be cut free and be able to cut. does that make any sense??? i hate this. sometimes i wonder what the point is. until i do it. then it gets that much clearer... so why is it such a fight?! i thought it would get easier, but it's only getting harder. the more i don't do it, the more i wnat it. and i know giving in isn't gonna be a one time thing. it's just a matter fo time til i do it again. stupid failure. wtvr. sorry about this.


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