Lately, it is getting harder to hide the scars on my arm from cutting, etc. I've got this horrible feeling that it will soon be discovered, so I'm thinking about telling someone, like my pastor, about this. I don't want to cause I feel ashamed and afraid what others will think, and I'm not ready to stop, but I am also afraid that if I don't tell them now it will be harder if they discover it another way, esp. if its my mom that does. This fear makes me want to tell my pastor, since he's already sort of counseling me on other things, but first I want to know EXACTLY what will happen. What happens when you speak up about cutting?
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