So I've been cutting sense I was like 13 and I hid it for a long time my mom found out about a year or so ago maybe less and she was scared and still does'nt understand why I do it even though I have tryed to explain many many many times she was supportive and said if I needed to talk or ever felt like cutting to go to her but I can't because I know she would flip and the only time that I did do that she did baseically nothing not because she does'nt care but because she had no clue what to do and was afriad if she brought me somewhere they would take me away from her and put me in a facility and I think at that time thats what I needed but she is almost not letting herself believe that I could do this to my self and whenever I try to bring it up she gets very uncomfortable and I drop it because in turn it makes me feel uncomfortable I want to know if anyone has any suggestions of how to put my mom's mind at ease so she can get me some help and not be worried that I will be taken from her beacause at this point I have told her if she does'nt do something to get me help I will just do it myselfe or most likely end up in a facility for cutting to deep if I relapse beacuse I don't have proper treatment and have to go to like the ER or something and I would rather her have some say in my treatment because I want her to undestand how vitial it is that I get help and that maybe I do need to be in a facility to get proper treatment any advice would be helpful
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