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    18 year old male, can honestly say that I want to know what is up with me now, been holding this all in for too long- started when I was maybe 14/15. I really don't want to tell my parents and I sort of want to keep this to myself, and tell people in my own time. Is talking to a college counsellor a good start?
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    i have a counsellor at school for self harming and my parents never knew and still dont
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    18 year old male, can honestly say that I want to know what is up with me now, been holding this all in for too long- started when I was maybe 14/15. I really don't want to tell my parents and I sort of want to keep this to myself, and tell people in my own time. Is talking to a college counsellor a good start?
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    Counsellors are great and are often discrete i.e. won't tell your parents about anything if you're worried and what not.
 
 
 
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