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  1. Yetti. I don’t need to say much except thank you, thank you for your transparency. I admire you so much.

  2. I agree with Dara ! The fact that you shared this with us is brave and I understand the courage it takes to share some of the more intimate details of struggles like this. Thank you again ! Keep being amazing and teaching young women like me to love ourselves and keep honesty at the forefront of this journey in life 🙂

  3. Thanks for sharing your story, Yetti. I still have a few scars, & I’m surprised every time I see them. I never considered myself a cutter; I was just a person who cut sometimes, you know? So when I see these scars, these reminders, it’s a little bit jarring, confirmation of what I denied for so long.

    I’m proud of you for sharing your experiences.

  4. Yetti round of applause, hats off ! the works for such a raw, vulnerable piece. Thank you for sharing, teaching even possibly helping someone.
    I have always wondered about this addiction. Like you pointed out everything is always oh just stop, but if you don’t understand the why how can you stop.
    I would love to work with you on a piece about this subject on my page if you are interested. I think indeed more conversations are needed and especially from first hand experiences.
    Would you be interested in a Q&A? Let’s have a chat email me @ livinginmommywood@gmail.com
    This subject matter truly needs more conversation.

  5. This is one of those taboo subjects that need to to be brought to light. So many people suffer from this in silence. Thank you for always being brave and using your platform to address issues other shy away from!