Diagnosed Bipolar and Panic Disorder Cutter Forgets How Deep She Goes

Diagnosed Bipolar and Panic Disorder Cutter Forgets How Deep She Goes

Diagnosed Bipolar and Panic Disorder Cutter Forgets How Deep She Goes

Today’s edition of Best Gore Members Rock is brought to you by @eat-my-shorts, who loves to hate going deeper and deeper with each cut:

*Pictures are of me*
I started off cutting about 2 years ago and each time went deeper and deeper.

I have been diagnosed Bipolar and panic disorder and often times donโ€™t even remember doing this which means I donโ€™t know how deep Iโ€™m going.

The picture with the deepest gash didnโ€™t stop bleeding for 3 days because I refused to go get stitches so now I have a huge ugly scar on my left arm.

Some activities aren’t as harmful if you go deeper and deeper, when you forget to remember:

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49 thoughts on “Diagnosed Bipolar and Panic Disorder Cutter Forgets How Deep She Goes”

      1. @Kaitlyn White
        It is a very beautiful song indeed Katie. ๐Ÿ™‚
        The Bee-Gee,s Although i am not into the Disco Scene, i did grow-up during the 70,s & 80,s music era, i have to say that i don,t mind listening to it either. They were huge when i was growing-up, and i slow danced with many nice girls to their music, back then, so it holds nice, & dear memories growing-up in my early teens.

      1. I Know what you mean brother, as this has never been my style of music. But i must admit than when in my early teens, around 1073 (fuck me old man) ๐Ÿ™ It was playing everywhere, and if you were low dancing, you were probably dancing to them back then, lol.

      1. @D. Henker

        How Deep is yo mamma,??? lol,,, That is fucking hilarious! And i agree that even though it is a soft song by The Bee-Gees,,, and many acting tough (will say it is a shit song) even though for our generation,,, it was still a part of our young lives.

        What this song does for me is that it brings me way back about 35 Years, and the great memories of going to the Boys Club Dance that they had going-on every Saturday Night. But you see the ones frowning on This Music were probably still in their Daddies Balls, and way too young to have ever heard it, or let alone see the movie Saturday Night Fever.

        So they never had the chance to hear these nice & soft tunes that Drove The Girl’s Mad & Soaking Wet, whenever this song came-on & we began to slow dance to it. And This One Very Pretty Young Girl she took me by the hand, and outside in the back of the dance club, took my hand, and shoved it down in her pants, lol.

        I Just Loved It Brother, right up until i got my finger up her little pussy hole, and after having to help hold her up because her little legs were shaking so bad while she moaned in my mouth cause she insisted on French Kissing while i fingered her, lol. And after about 2 minutes of that and a very sore finger, she kinda squatted as she was loosing her shaking legs,,she let out this large moan and whoa,,, her pants, and my whole hand got this gush, and i mean Super-Soaking Gush, and that was it.

        She managed to get up with my help from her squatting position, thanked me,,, gave me a kiss, and hurried home as she looked like she pissed her pants, poor little thing, lol. Ahh yea,
        Those Were the good times, and great memories for me, in my fucked-up upbringing of violence and almost daily brutal beatings. But Today Bro,,, Life Is Good, and i’m so very happy to be alive and part of taking those fucking Jew-Criminals down. ๐Ÿ™‚

        1. Hahahaha sweet! thanks for the anecdote, despite the bitter daily beatings memories. Although I probably wasn’t even in my father’s thoughts when this song came out, it really brings lots of good memories to me as well, regardless of it being the total opposite of the type of music I listen to. Because, you can play Tchaikovsky to someone who’s never listened to it, and they might think it’s boring, but if there’s vivid experiences good or bad (or both, in your case) in your memory that involve certain music, it’ll make you smile or cause any emotional reaction when you listen to it, no matter how good or shitty is.

          1. @D. Henker
            I Agree with you & 100% Brother. Because Music Is one of those things that everybody loves, no matter what race, or religion you are from. It is one of those things that We All have in common.

            It can help you through some bad times, and help cheer you up. It can make a boring job, or chore much more interesting, and seemingly much easier to accomplish when the tunes are cranked way up. Yea The Gift Of Hearing,,, it is truly one of those God-Given Natural senses that we sometimes/Oftentimes take for granted. Can you imagine somebody who has had perfect hearing his whole life, and then suddenly, and of no fault of his own becomes deaf overnight never to hear anything ever again? ๐Ÿ™

  1. I used to work in hospitals across the state….but one time walking in basement of hospital I found a 60 packet of surgical scalpel blades. I kept like 20 of them as just in case took. Sharp as shit. Cutters wet dream toy.

    The Bee Gees are great Dre. Nights on broadway is a great tune….and of course the classic…. Staying Alive. Perfect request for BG victims.

  2. the only thing i hope this stupidity comes to is all the self harming people try to one up each other, cuts getting deeper, larger, leading amputations, and the eventual bleeding out. then, an end to this shit. gore is awesome, but not when it’s done for attention.

  3. No disrespect. Because…..because….. I respect. Sharing self harm pics seems totally pointless. Self harmers never really inflict irreparable irreversible damage. If the aim is to cause mild pain it makes it even more pointless.

    Why share if the damage won’t last. Its not personal enough to be kept private?

  4. I’ve been there. I truly understand it. I never did it for attention, at least in my head it was not make people look at me or feel sorry. It was to mostly punish myself, for not being able to control my anxiety or control my addictions. I would also do it to keep me awake, so I wouldn’t sleep and have panic attacks. Pain is the best medicine to make you stay up.
    Anyway, just stop this shit.

  5. @Kaitlyn White
    It is a very beautiful song indeed Katie. ๐Ÿ™‚
    The Bee-Gee,s Although i am not into the Disco Scene, i did grow-up during the 70,s & 80,s music era, i have to say that i don,t mind listening to it either. They were huge when i was growing-up, and i slow danced with many nice girls to their music, back then, so it holds nice, & dear memories growing-up in my early teens.

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