what i mean is that it became a habit. a go to for stress. replace that with something else, something better, and for at least three days watch yourself closely. also- do you bottle up your anger? if so, purposely let off a little steam now and again- controlled steam

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“You might imagine that a person would resort to self-mutilation only under extremes of duress, but once I'd crossed that line the first time, taken that fateful step off the precipice, then almost any reason was a good enough reason, almost any provocation was provocation enough. Cutting was my all-purpose solution.” <br />
― Caroline Kettlewell, Skin Game

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ask god to help you stop

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I don't believe in him

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I think it comes down to realizing that you are in total control of what you do, and then deciding to stop.

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This is the sort of help best sought from a professional. Not judging, just informing. I'd give you better advice if I had any to give.

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