hey, do you guys receive support from your family and does it help? cuz i recently moved back in with my family again and they all know wha i'm going thru and still i have no perception whatsoever of their support, i think they think that if they just ignore what's happening to me then is not real, but then again that's pretty selfish don't you think? i mean, when i told my former roommate about my condition she went ahead and started reading and doing research on how to help me, on the contrary my family does none of that, i live in a house full of people and i still feel alone. i'm not proud of saying that my scars are pretty obvious and STILL they haven't once mentioned it, i'm not saying i want them to mention it i'm just saying that a little support would be nice, and i don't really have a question, i just wanted to vent a little with ppl who understand me, and well, does your family support you or are they like mine, just ignore it on the chance that it will go away by itself like the flu or something?
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