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2014-12-20, 06:53
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Hannah Powell
2014-12-08, 22:03
When I was in 7th grade a new girl came to school and she was shadowing one of my friends for the week since she was new (they go to their classes and such) but one day she brought a sharp rock to school and cut herself and smiled and looked up at me and handed me the rock, I thought nothing of it really, I was confused and worried. I had been bullied the past few years and she said that this would help. So I tried it. Once. I cut myself that day in 7th grade and didn\\\\\\\'t again until 4 months later around christmas break. I was feeling horrible and I thought I had no one to talk to because, I really didn\\\\\\\'t, I couldn\\\\\\\'t tell my friends, family, no one. I found a old jagged knife and that day is the day I started self harming. Like really doing it. It escalated into pencil sharpeners and quickly I also became anorexic and I lost a lot of weight really fast. Only I was always dizzy and I felt horrible. I thought being skinny would help. It didn\\\\\\\'t. I started giving up when I reached 8th grade. I started doing a ton of stupid stuff. I drank a ton, I smoked all the time, and I took a handful of pills that I didn\\\\\\\'t know what they were or what they\\\\\\\'d do. I was a mess and I wanted to die. 8 months and 3 days ago I told my favorite teacher whom I trusted. She gave me the biggest and greatest hug I have ever recieved and helped me feel like I was worth something, that I had someone. She said that she had to tell someone and I told her I knew. She was crying and so was I. But I think I was crying because I was proud of myself and her because she was so shocked. I have been 8 months clean today. I expected it to be happy once I stopped self harming. But it has still been a struggle. I battle everyday and I think I joined this site because the one person that I felt like I had, is at my old middle school. Now I\\\\\\\'m in highschool, I have that teacher but she always wants the class to discuss it. Our class is extremely close and its preforming arts. She could tell today that I was upset and she gave me a really nice hug that resembled my old teachers hug. But I still feel alone and I\\\\\\\'d really like someone to talk to. This is my first time on a chat room and I am not exactly sure how this works. Anyways, yeah. I guess thats my story?
Hanna Via
2014-11-28, 21:08
A year ago today I was struggling in life in all aspects. I had no hope, faith, or joy in my life. I was convinced that my life would remain that way. A year ago today I would not speak a word to anyone in fear of the consequence or in fear i\\\'d make a fool of my self. I would let my self be hurt by others and not complain about anything they had done. Until I found Removing Chains. This site has changed my life in so many ways and has make me the stronger person I am today. The mentors are always there for me when i\\\'m down and are there for me when no one else is. My friends and mentors on Removing chains have made me a stronger person and they showed me I can trust people without being hurt. I now see the good in my self I never thought had existed. I now have life tools that will last a life time and courage to stand up for my self. Removing Chains has given me hope, faith, and joy in my life when in the beginning I thought I would never have any happiness. Removing Chains has given me the most important gift I could ever wish for. Friends and someone to look up to and count on. I\\\'m so thankful I found Removing Chains. It changed my life and my self for the better.

2014-11-24, 15:01
In November of 2013, I felt like I had hit rock bottom. I felt like I was alone. I made the choice to self harm. I told one of my friends that I had self harmed and she referred me to removingchains. I looked up the site, logging in as a guest and trying to find help... Through this site, I have found friends, and I have been doing better since I've talked to the people that will listen and help. I have learned many tricks, I guess I could use to help me. Such as making a list of things I have done that make me proud of myself, or just things that have made me happy that day. I hope many other people will be helped by this site. As I have been.
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