That was insanely difficult for me, still is. I'm finally being more open about the fact that I've struggled with SI for years, with my family and friends. The reactions are so hard to deal with still. I just told my cousin. we're really close, she's like my big sister. She was so shocked and a little bit condescending. But mostly she was supportive and concerned. I hate that part of it, having people look at me differently for having this problem. So frustrating and it makes me feel worse about myself.
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