And there's just one thing I want to say. One thing I read was what someone wrote, where they said, basically: "I cut because I can control it". And hey, I don't like arguing and yelling, but it's not something you can control. Alcoholics say that. People addicted to smoking say that. Anything you do that hurts you in any way that you can't stop or talk yourself out of most of the time, is something controlling you, not you controlling it. And yes, I've experienced that shit, it sucks hell, I know. BUt I wasn't in control, and I know it. I knew it then. I bloody bought a knife to cut myself with, and I'm proud to say I ditched it when I cleaned out my room recently. Good thing too, because it was quite bloodstained.
Don't kid yourself. Quit, stay 'quit-ed' for several years, then go back on it out of free choice. Then, and only then, will I say that you're in control. Because it doesn't help, it doesn't show you're stronger, and the longer you kid yourself that it does. the longer it'll take you to drop it.
Cutting sucks, and all the great people out there who're trapped in the doenward cycle, please, don't. You're all stronger than that. *pokes* Yes you are. Now use those razors for ugly legs, not slashes in carefully selected places where they won't be seen.