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By NeoDepressed - / Sunday 31 March 2019 12:00 / Czech Republic
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By  Shawnie Gallant  |  22

Then speak to a school councillor or a CPS worker. There are ways to obtain help, and if they won’t do it, it’s neglectful. Clearly someone who commented doesn’t get how it works.

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By  Shawnie Gallant  |  22

Then speak to a school councillor or a CPS worker. There are ways to obtain help, and if they won’t do it, it’s neglectful. Clearly someone who commented doesn’t get how it works.

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Cutting isn’t only attention or death. When my depression was at its worst, I would cut my thighs where no one could see as a form of punishment/release. Studies have even shown that cutting releases the feel good chemical, endorphins, just like heroin does.

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  alycion  |  32

Sometimes it’s an actual cry for help since everyone is missing the other signs.

Next time you feel the need op, call 911. I wish I would have. It would not have taken so long to get the help I needed.

By  ojosRojos  |  23

Most of these comments are gross. OP, I’m sorry you’re going through a hard time. When I was younger, I was able to get a certain number of therapy sessions for free under my parents’ insurance. You should definitely talk to a professional! I hope you get the help you need <3

By  jbuckets_404  |  36

"So go get a job at McDonald's to pay for your own therapy, our dear child," your parents then said.... /sarcasm

OP, you have my best wishes & prayers for you. Been there myself.... There ARE much better coping skills than cutting to handle the stress in your life, but unfortunately not every therapist/ counselor is qualified or experienced enough to carefully/ gently/ effectively help you through it. Hang in there until you find somebody that you're comfortable with. It's well worth the time, effort, & money though. Life IS worth living! :-)

By  Alup132  |  22

As someone who’s dealt with depression and been hospitalized 4 times, know that sometimes they’ll work with you for payment plans. I was actually hospitalized last May after driving to an ER because I was afraid I would lose control, and my bill for ambulance and everything (procedure, I didn’t injure myself YET) was a little over $1200 and because I was starting college in late August, they waived it off completely. Sometimes taking to a therapist may let them understand and some really caring ones who can afford it might accept a lesser payment. A life is worth more than all the money in the world. Do what you have to do to get hell, just stay safe OP. Send me a message if you need to talk to someone.

By  1gullible_bugger  |  27

I'm sure their screaming really helped the situation. 😕 I hope you get the help you need. Find someone at school or another family member to help you to get counselling. Good luck OP.