I have seen different doctors who tell me two completely different things about my self-injuring behaviors. One doctor leaves me alone about it. He thinks it's actually a healthy behavior because it's allowing me to express my emotions--otherwise, those emotions, the anger, rage, misery, and depression--would all turn inward, at least more so than it already is. The other doctor thinks my SI is practically the end of the world and freaks out whenever I tell her something about it. Have any of you experienced something like this? What do you think the root of your SI is?
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