Ways of stopping yourself Self harming

After having personal experience with self harming I have faced great difficulties but have managed to overcome and I hope that I can help anyone suffering to overcome it as well.

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sassysophie
I personally think that the main step is to tell someone as they can help support you through this hard time, for example by telling family or friends they can seek professional help to prevent this and remove the pressure from around you. By telling school they can give you lenience and someone to confide in privately. Counselling can also do this and can find the darker cause of this problem for you individually which can give so much support and make you feel yourself again.
on March 19, 2016
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Amanda_drink_me
I self harm.......I don't want to stop
sassysophie
yes but if you don't you will be left with scars and can cause serious health issues
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on April 03, 2016
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Corbijn3andNolly
Why?
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Corbijn3andNolly
You have no proof to back up that statement.
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on March 30, 2016
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Amanda_drink_me
Because I deserve it
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Soulfure
Do just like what I do dude, write songs. Or make up stories until you feel better.
Soulfure
But last week, I actually did try to cut myself. Good thing the blade was dull.
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on March 25, 2016
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on March 25, 2016
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sapphirethehedgehog
Thats a great goal :3 I hope everyone who has experianced this in the past has delt with it in ways that feel okay to them and can once again smile without worry ^.^ Hope everyones okay!!!!
on March 20, 2016
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Corbijn3andNolly
The best way to keep from harming yourself... Think about the good things... Those who DO love you... The smiles you put on their faces... The compliments... Each time they wanted to hang out or spend time with you...

My dad had a talk with me about suicide. He reminded me these things. He tried suicide, thinking he'd never get to see me again. He's happy that he never succeeded. He got to see me in the end. To this day, I'm living with him.

There's always Rainbows after Rain.
on March 19, 2016
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