Category: Tips

Tip Of The Day – 18th May 2020

It is important, when over-coming self-harm, that you do not push ahead with no consideration of your emotions. Ultimately this will allow feelings to build up and is highly likely to enforce a relapse instead, while doing everything else in your power to avoid caving to the urge, you must pay attention to your emotional state and find ways to… Read more →

Tip Of The Day – 15th May 2020

It is important to understand that beating self-harm involves phases, and to try and recognize where you are in the process. At the start self-harm can feel alluring quite often but this will fade over time, after this you will find that it slowly starts to take increasingly intense emotions to give you the urge. Being prepared for those situations… Read more →

Tip Of The Day – 13th May 2020

If you are trying to use music to help relieve yourself when you are tempted to self-harm it can be very helpful to have some relaxing, instrumental music in your music library. While many people like music which cause intense feelings or carry heavy messages these are not always the best for overcoming emotional issues. Read more →

Tip Of The Day – 12th May 2020

It can be helpful to have a big book, or large portable game system for that matter, to keep on you when you go out. By keeping these on your person when you go out you will be able to escape into fantasy and thus relax, should it be necessary, before getting home where you are most likely to self-harm.… Read more →

Tip Of The Day – 11th May 2020

While it may be a good idea for some of you to try and calm the pace of your lives while you overcome self-harm in the hopes of avoiding emotional stress, it may be highly helpful for some of you to try and be more outgoing in order to gain a greater sense of control about yourself. You should know… Read more →

Tip Of The Day – 10th May 2020

While it is understandable that you may not feel comfortable talking to people about your personal issues there are bound to be at least a few people to whom you can open up which you should keep in mind. You may feel more comfortable for example, in telling a teacher or coach about your self-harm since your well-being effects your… Read more →