I wonder if any other adults have ever had a problem with cutting. I started cutting 4 years ago when I had my first breakdown. I stopped several times until I have another major episode of depression. When I searched the internet, I found out that cutting is only common with teens. That made me feel worse. It\'s just I know that the physical pain doesn\'t hurt near as much as the emotional pain. Some times when I watch the blood drop it reminds me of my tears. I guess I\'m not really sure why I cut. It\'s kind of like screaming when you are angry or crying when you are sad. I don\'t think that there is anyone that would understand this part of my depression. I told my dr. that I no longer cut & I wear long sleeves no matter what the weather is like. I hide the fact that I cut from everyone other than my husband. If I seek help, I would have to be hospitalized and working in the medical proffession, I just couldn\'t bear to go to a hospital where I know almost everybody. I\'m going back to sleep now, after all it is after noon.
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