I too did not read the description before the first play (i seldom do that).
I'm not sure but potential SPOILER Alert.
It really is interesting, but I think it would become better if one could decide against the scissors (another way than closing the game, but i don't think that term is correct after all there is not really much game stuff in it, it's more some kind of point'n'click narration). At this moment it's as if one had made a narration about suicide, where one can only commit it, not decide not to. I'm not saying transition equals suicide, it does not, i think of it more like the metamorphosis of a caterpillar, but i can't really think of a better equation in this particular situation.
I think because of the bloodloss and shock and relieve a better ending could be fading out to black after the thoughts "that's better", instead of just looking up after dressing again, without any bandaging or otherwise medical treatment of the wounds. At that moment i'm not really able to understand the motivation of the depicted person (i am after experiencing the whole narration), mostly because i can't really read the seeminglish nightmarish thoughts when holding the scissors. Perhaps these should come right after undressing the part one will use the scissors on later, better readable, that way people without the same thoughts could relate better. Or even better, as i think the person will have these thoughts not only when directly confronted with the problem, make the thoughts nearly invisible to begin, becoming better visible as one gets closer to the problematic bodypart. And after looking up from it, i think some kind of tunnel vision effect on the scissors could make the urge to use them on it better visible.
Please don't understand my critic as if the narration was bad, i just think you could do it better with only quite minor tweaks (i think of them as minor, but i have no idea of how much work that'll be). Good to read we need not be concerned for your life, please don't just delete it, i think it is educational. Thank you for reading.