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sittingbull594 posted:
I've been reading and it sounds like maybe you've lost a bunch of helpers here? Can I come in and be in your sandbox?? I play nice!!

I'm someone who has done self injury for most o f my life since i was 10.
it got worse as i grew older.

I don't seem to be able to fit anywhere. I'd like to fit somewhere! I don't know if this is the right place or not.

I don't know what else to say?? sometimes i am standoffish but i try to be friendly because i like people even if they hurt you sometimes.

i guess what it boils down to is that i try not to do the behaviors that land me in the hospital and someines i don't succeed.

thank you for listening.

sb
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snowyowl33 responded:
Hi Sittingbull,

Welcome to the board. Yes, there have been some recent changes here, and there are some fragile souls being cared for right now, but we still welcome new people to the board and those who are able will gladly toss their two cents worth in.

We look forward to learning more about you and whatever you'd like to share with us.

Snowy


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