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    cman2323 posted:
    does it make me a pussy that i cut does cutting myself mean im to weak to handle life
     
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    it doesn't mean you are weak. it means you are struggling really hard to survive. it's a coping mechanism.
     
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    No it doesn't. you are looking for a way to cope. And as SK said: trying really hard to survive.It took strength and initiative to post here.
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