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Re: stopping SI (may trigger) rubenstein

Posted by B2chica on August 1, 2004, at 16:53:56

In reply to Re: stopping SI (may trigger), posted by rubenstein on July 31, 2004, at 9:03:47

>> Maybe a sort of promise thing would work for me as well, but I doubt that I would have the guts to say that to my therapist.

Is there anyone IRL that you are comfortable talking about this with and they know about your SI (AND ARE UNDERSTANDING ABOUT IT) could you use them to practice on? do kind of that report thing?


HOWEVER...VERY IMPORTANT!!!
NEVER EVER feel pressured to do this though. if you make a pact like this and don't truly want to it will be completely counter productive, meaning you break the promise, you feel worse, you SI, you tell, feel worse, SI, you don't tell, feel bad, SI....Wicked cycle.

Be safe and take care.
b2c.


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