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I never understood anxiety. After i was cured of self harm.

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I never understood anxiety. After i was cured of self harm. My anxiety imwas so high, i was afraid of everything and everyone. I find life today debilitating. I want that fearlessness. I never want to feel the way i feel today. This is why i joined this group.

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Aug 5

@Zeraora i mean by telling her that i "self harm".

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Aug 13

@zeraora sometimes the fear is the root of everything, the reason why we don't do or do things in our life. Don't let the fear destroy you... if you want to tell your dad and feel like you need him to know, tell him. It might shock him initially, because he doesn't want you hurting, but I believe having him in your corner could help you heal... praying for you and sending you HUGS!!!

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Aug 13

@SheWrote your right, fear is the root of everything. I learned that even if when i self harmed that self harm understands fear. I keep reminiscing about 2017. What is it that I could have done, and realizing just how lone i am in this situation. With the new Combative approach to target mental illness, i feel that beinging a psychic is the worse thing for me today because I have such a difficult time explaining myself. My biggest concern is that I am going to be put in a cage sooner or later for trying to stop the next one. He told me a long time ago to never let anybody else know what I am doing. Because they will think your incompetent, delusional, and hallucinating. After watching the what is on the tv, i am much higher educated on what I am doing. I was actually surprised by him calling me "stupid" for the first time in my life. I wish i ran away when I was younger. Thank you for your time, hug

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