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lovesmygizmo posted:
TRIGGER..............................................................TRIGGER.................

.............................................TRIGGER..............................................

TRIGGER......................................................TRIGGER......................

i give up who cares the people who do actually care either live across the country or or 9 to 5 m-f......the rest of the time im left to fend for myself im tired of being strong and for what nothing i just dont see the point the way im doing it might be slow but they cant put me away for it and its esp bad with the diabetes....but i do like the losing weight at least when im gone they cant talk about how fat i am

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spinnato responded:
I'm so sorry you are feeling this way. You are describing, atleast to me, the way I feel before the really bad thoughts show up. I think living with BP already makes you strong; you shouldn't put more pressure on yourself to be more or do more than you can. And, does it matter if you do it slowly or quickly? Wanting to hurt yourself is still wanting to hurt yourself.

Please, please reach out for help.


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