I really don't mean this to be a stupid question and don't mean to trigger anyone, but here goes. If you are not cutting down to arteries and are doing it with some sanitary conditions in mind, why is it considered such a bad thing? I really mean that honestly. I used to cut. I still would if I were so inclined. It always seemed to me that it wasn't suicidal. It was only marginally harmful and something I enjoyed, so what's the big taboo? Obviously, there is a social stigma and it does look pretty stupid, but beyond that, you heal up and go on. You bleed some, but not life threatening amounts. What am I missing? Thoughts?
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