Demon in the mirror.

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I spent the hours in front of the mirror in my room, staring at every part of my body but not in its entirety. I focused on some parts, the ones I hated most about me. I hated my legs and my belly; everyone told me how thin I was, yet it is not true, I think they were cowards and liars, I saw a monster, a strange creature. The only thing I perceived was a girl with long brown hair, light brown and big eyes and pretty lips; I didn't hate my face very much, I found it decent; moving the attention to my body the real problems began: I saw only fat, everywhere. The more I looked at myself, the more I hated myself, I wanted to get a tire and cancel my figure in full; I didn't even want to replace it with other women, I didn't want to exist, I didn't ask for anything else. In my room time seemed to stop, I didn't perceive noises, smells or other senses, I was too concentrated to understand what was wrong and how to correct mistakes, almost as if I were a faulty object. My room had turned into a greenhouse: you'll wonder why this comparison ... into greenhouses grow plants right? What was in my room, but no plants were growing, hate grew, hate towards myself. When I looked away from me I began to hear life outside my room, I heard my brother listening to music cheerfully, I heard my father and mother at the table, they were having a snack, I heard them discussing about me and my condition. I then decided to open the windows and breathe the air for a moment, for me it was not just air: I was breathing life, the real one. I closed my eyes and felt I lived, people strolled and laughed, I heard the dogs barking and the children running by bicycle. A slight smile appeared on my lips; I immediately opened my eyes and everything vanished, I closed the window. I thought: "who am I?" "What am I doing to myself?" "I love or hate myself?" Questions without any answers. My cold face was moistened with warm tears, I felt a sensation of weight on my chest, as if I could not breathe: in reality only one thing I felt ... the weight of myself. I wanted to get rid of the monster that was consuming me to the bone. Why are you afraid of demons if most of the time they are inside us?

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