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Re: It does help, but /MAY TRIGGER*thanks** terrics

Posted by pegasus on March 12, 2004, at 18:13:34

In reply to Re: It does help, but /MAY TRIGGER*thanks** pegasus, posted by terrics on March 12, 2004, at 14:51:03

Oh, terrics, it makes me so sad to hear you say that. I don't want to give my SI up either, so I definitely am not saying that I think you should give up yours. I guess I am just trying to articulate that talking about my SI has been part of my healing process. I don't do it as much as I used to, and I think it's because someone is finally listening to me try to sorth through what it means to me, and to care about that part of my pain. I'm sad to hear about you not having that type of support.

But again, maybe you don't want that, and I'm just projecting. Maybe it's all different for you. I know a lot of people SI for really different reasons. And if it's helping you cope with stuff that otherwise might lead to into even more serious trouble, then it's working for you on at least some level, right? It's just such a sad and hurtful way to cope, and I hope that one day you and I and all the babblers who SI will find a more self-supportive way.

- p




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