Q: Does cutting actually help? Even if only in the short term? I never wanted to do it before but lately the urge has been growing. I don't know what to do anymore...

At the time it seems like it does, but honestly in the long run, no. Fight the urge. I promise you can do it.

-xoxo, Chels


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Q: Ok so theres this girl who I'm not really friends with anymore as of like August and she broke up with her boyfriend months ago. Now that school started I'm starting to like him a lot and it seems like he is showing interest too. Question is, would it be ok to go after him so soon after my friendship ended with the girl?

If you and her aren’t talking then there isn’t really a problem with it. If you both are interested then go for it.
~Sam


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Q: I was cut free for about 6months, but recently I've relapse bad. My parents and sister keep yelling at me and getting mad at me for nothing, and it's not helping. I know I should tell someone but I don't want them to make me get help, cause I don't want any.

If you’ve been clean for that long before then it shouldn’t be terribly hard to do it again. Pick yourself back up and start over. If you don’t want help there’s nothing anybody can do for you to force you to get it.
~Sam


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Q: He asked me to homecoming, and I know he really likes me because a close friend of his told me so. The thing is, he doesn't know that I know he likes me, and I really like him. Should I make the first move at homecoming or wait for him to do something? We text all the time and are really good friends. Also, can you post on twitter a cross the line if your life is just starting to get better, but you are still worried about what to expect?

I think you should wait for him to make the first move! If he doesn’t halfway through homecoming then you should. I hope all goes well!!
~Sam


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Q: Hey I just wanted to thank you for the ctl-stuff you are posting, because it really does help Maybe you could do some ctl-post like: Cross the line, if you are really trying to get better, and be happy, but somehow the negativ thoughts alway slip in

Thanks and of course!

-xoxo, Chels


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Q: What should I do when everybody including my family tear me down, call me a loser, say "you'll never do anything with your life, move out, get a job etc. :/

You keep going in your life and prove them wrong. Don’t ever believe what they say. You can do anything.

-xoxo, Chels


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Q: Hey CTL, I'd like to tell my friends that I'm pretty sure I have Misophonia. But i'm afraid that if I just tell them myself that they won't think it's that bad or that I'm over reacting. If I could RT this suggestion from you guys it would really help. Keep up the good work! Stay strong

Of course i’ll queue it for you. I do want to say I recommend telling your friends, don’t be afraid.

-xoxo, Chels


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Q: Lately I've been having a really hard time and I'm starting to think I'm bipolar or something. People are starting to hate me because I have these terrible mood swings all the time. I get angry all day and cry at night. My grades have gone down. I'm losing friends. I don't know what to do. I would tell my parents but I'm scared that they'll brush it off as a "teenage thing".

I know how you feel, I used to be the same way and it does suck. You need to tell someone so it can get better because I promise you it will take a huge load off of your shoulders. Also you have to work really hard. Think before you speak, try not to be so snappy. It takes practice but trust me you can change. 

-xoxo, Chels


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Q: that's it I can't do it anymore. I don't want to be living. I don't want to be here. Everything's such a mess and nothing's getting better. No one can give me a reason to live.

Slow down and take a second. No one needs to give you a reason to live, you can do it yourself. Everyone deserves to live and sometimes we get to a point where we feel like we shouldn’t be but don’t make that bad thought the end of you. It can and will get better if you just try to make it better. I believe in you.

-xoxo, Chels


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Q: I started college and I'm majoring in music performance but I'm scared I'm not gonna make it no matter how much I practiced and it breaks my heart 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

Practice makes perfect. If you believe you can you will. It’s all about you having faith in yourself and believing in yourself and you will be successful.
~Sam


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