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crazy thoughts... all the time

Sat, Nov 3rd 2007

somtimes when I am walking down stairs I think to myself,if there was an earthquake right now I am getting closer to surviving, or more likely of being found. Sometimes when I take my BC pills I think to myself if I would get raped at least I would not be able to get pregnant. Is there something wrong with the way I am thinking? Should I see someone?

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