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Hi Jessica….Thank You For janurse427 – 03/25/2011 – 04:21 Hi Jessica….thank you for reaching out. You truly need to get professional help for this, right away. It sounds like you may be in High School. If so, please tell your counselor what is going on, and what your fears are. You also need to let …

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