Today is a bad day. I'm angry and depressed and want to cut so bad my body hurts. I'm 38, married with 5 kids (2 mine). DH and I had a fight last night and I was really mean. I can't let go of the anger like I would "normally" so..
Just needed some support today so I'd feel better. I really don't want to cut.
Thanks for listening
Hey, I'm sorry you're having a tough time of it.
Arguments can be so upsetting, but don't be too hard on yourself. We all say things we don't mean in the heat of the moment, just explain this and apologise and I'm sure all will be good. Pent up anger isn't good. I cut too so I understand how it can seem like the only solution, but please don't! Find strength, distract yourself and take comfort in the support you can find on here. I'm here for you, to listen and relate if you like!
We all have bad days sometimes, but I hope you start to come around soon.
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