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Going to be a tough night-TRIGGER
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beej5 posted:
Its one of those nights for me that I am bored and getting restless. This usually not a good sign at all for me. Mixed episodes.



The thoughts of cutting is coming back. I am fighting it as much as I can. I think its the frustrations of being me. The flashbacks are still there.

beej
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bubbles_bobble responded:
Beej,

How bout some quiet distractions: music, bubble bath, warm shower, give yourself a pedicure, manicure, count from 200 with 7's backwards, color a picture using whatever you have even if its just shading a picture with a pencil or pen.
go to dbtselfhelp.com and watch one of the cool clips on the site. it does really help.

good luck and if it gets really bad please call a crisis line and just tell them that you need a safety plan.
One day at a time
 
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MandyCake responded:
Beej,

I hear you on this. I'm here on this sight to try to keep myself from sh...

I think I will go walking in the night and rain and maybe this will help. Want to walk with me?

Hugs.
If I could have one day and have that day be very windy and choose what I wished to be... I'd be a Kite and fly free...

In Harmony,
Bonnie


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