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Not my favorite thing to think about - December 17th 2017, 01:35 AM

I've been stable for months but it's become a pain to talk about.Today for instance, my dad mentioned that it's the anniversary of my hospitalization and let's just say I was glad to have had my back to him. I'm moved by the occasional thought of telling someone about it and plan to have my first reveal(earlier post) be my last. Even Christmas songs that mention things being alright get to me
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Re: Not my favorite thing to think about - December 17th 2017, 08:46 PM

Hey there,

I don't think that too many people like to be reminded of things such as this. I know, for me, I hate being reminded by others of how long I have gone without self harm and all that. There are plenty of reasons as to why I hate these reminders and I am sure my reasons are different than your own. That being said, it's likely that your family says these things because they are proud of the progress they have seen you make. If it is something that upsets you than it probably wouldn't hurt to discuss it with them and explain it all to them. If you have a counselor you could, also, consider discussing this with them and see if they can help you figure out a way to discuss it with your family.

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