Anything I've ever read about self-mutilation, depression, addictions, all that...plays into the theory that the individuals who do these things often have a "predisposition" to this behavior. The whole "I was born this way" thing. I guess I buy into it, I do feel like I was just sort of made this way, that it'll be something I struggle with my whole life. But at the same time...that is a fucking scary thought! That we were born this way, and we'll be fighting forever. And even if we do "get better" there's a pretty likely chance we'll fall back again because...we were made this way...naturally PREDISPOSED to it.
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