So this actually ties in with my journal entry, but I don't really care. I has an interview for a camp that I really wanted to work at, and I got the job. During the interview I was asked a question and I decided that honesty would be the best because if I lied and told them something else then I might not have gotten this job. Now I'm thinking about telling a couple of my friends at school and I'm not exactly sure if I should or not. I mean I'm 19 and in college so I should be able to tell them. After all I had them pray for Self-Injury in general so I don't know if they figured it out or not. I trust these people a lot and they spoke so much into my life I just don't know what they will say if I come clean. If you haven't figured it out I am a Christian that is scared to tell someone that she has and still is self harming. I just don't want to ruin any friendships by telling them. I just don't know.
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