Of course, when I would think about what happened it caused intense pain, nightmares, etc to the point that I usually became suicidal or self mutilated... now, when I think about it.. i stop thinking... my brain kind of shuts itself down. It's a change.. but is it good or bad? it's obviously a defense mechanism- one that was not conscious- but does this mean i'm repressing instead of dealing?
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