Aug 2012 27


My Mom can be great, and it seems she really loves me, but she looks past anything that doesn't fit inside her perfect little world. I have been majorly depressed and as much as I try not to, I cut. I try to hide them, but I KNOW my mom must have seen them a few times. I wish she would really SEE them, realize that maybe her daughter isn't quite alright and perfect as she thought. I can't go through this alone and I need her more than ever.

Mom, I love you but please see I'm not ok.

[by Anon on Sat September 1, 2012 09:42:42 pm]
I understand your situation. There is so much I wish my mom could see about me (and I know there must be parts that she does), but I can't muster up the courage to open up to her myself. I wish she could just ask me; force me open and get me to talk.

I hope things on your end get better. If your mom can't see your depression, I hope someone else can and has been able to talk to you. x

[by Anon on Wed October 17, 2012 10:31:21 pm]
Its weird that you posted this and I happened to find this at the same time I was thinking about it. I started cutting last summer and I tried to hide it as much as possible. Eventually I just stopped caring and let them show. I guess I kind of wanted someone to notice. I know my parents see them but they still haven't said anything about it. So I know what you're going through and I hope things go better for you than they are for me.

[by Stitches on Sun July 24, 2016 10:10:03 pm]
If not for your writing this topic could be very conulovted and oblique.

[by Bardo on Mon July 25, 2016 08:37:31 am]
Shoot, who would have thuoght that it was that easy?

[by Dillian on Tue July 26, 2016 01:55:15 pm]
There is a critical shortage of inmafrotive articles like this.

[by Trevon on Tue July 26, 2016 08:54:05 pm]
To think, I was coefsund a minute ago.



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