I found some blades the other day and I could not stop myself from using them despite using distress tolerance and calling the samaritans and writing down the consequences. I have been using them the last few days and could tell I was getting addicted again.
Just now I decided to get up and throw them in the bin. I am not going to get them out. I am not going to go down this road again. They are in the bin (safely disposed of).
This is a lapse not a relapse and there is a difference. I am going to make sure of that.
I hope you are all OK
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I really glad you threw them out I don't want you to hurt yourself.
Lots of hugs
Go back a little to leap further.
Keep your head above your heart. It was put there for a reason.
Live fast & die young, forget the past & move on, what's done is done & you only live once!
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