Of course. Hit the wrong spot, you'll lose too much blood and die. That's why when people hear about people cutting, we say "GO GET HELP RIGHT NOW!" Now, you need to talk to someone about this and get help. One day, you might take it too far and you won't be able to fix it.
Not physically (provided that your cuts aren't too deep or near places where major veins and arteries are) but perhaps mentally and emotionally.
There is no need to cut, as it does not solve anything- it's useless (and, yes, I can say that from personal experience). Cutting can momentarily distract you from the pain you feel inside yourself but the sting from cutting isn't forever. You're scarring your body and delaying yourself the real help you need. Talk to a close family member, a friend, a doctor, yourself- anything.
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Last edited at 1:21PM on 3/24/2013
No you can't and if you cut your arm where your artery is you will bleed more then anywhere else. The changes of you cutting the artery the right way is high and lot of times people make that mistake and not realizing the mistake they made. The chances of you bleeding out is a high risk. I would suggest you speak to someone you trust about this because it could lend to serious problems in the end.
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Last edited at 1:15PM on 3/24/2013
Eventually, probably sooner than later, you will contract a virus because of the open wound.... Some viruses like Hepatitis C are incurable. Gangrene can be fatal as well. If you want to continue this practice, go and get your last rites.
It depend on how deep and how many exactly.If u have maybe 10 paper cuts a day u might have a shorter life span.But if u have cuts from knives 1 time a week or more u will have a shorter lifespan or even if u get shot once u will have a smaller life span. Because u will lose a lot of blood in a small amount of time that the blood can't keep on continuing or that it doesn't make it through the body fast enough.