We all want to get better, right? We want each other to get better also, right? So then ... Why are we having discussions about how to cover our cuts, or how to change the razor blades so we can use them better? I honestly don't see how this is helping. I'm not saying that everyone has to just put the blade down and step away forever, although that would be warmly welcomed by most of us if we could, right? So, how about instead of ... encouraging, I guess, this habit we share, why don't we talk more about how to help each other and ourselves? I know that seems like a fruitless effort at some times because we feel so hopeless or trapped by it, but it's better than sitting here getting tips on how to hurt ourselves more. Do you see what I'm saying? I hope I don't offend anyone, or anything like that, but I'm just trying to help and get help. And just like everyone else, I'm here for everyone and anyone who needs to talk.
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