What are ways to self harm and feel physical pain that are relatively self?
- boystownhotlineLv 73 years agoFavorite Answer
Please keep in mind that most people like you self-harm as a way to let out bottled up feelings. There are more effective ways to deal with your feelings instead of self-medicating with self-harm. Feelings don't just go away, you may be able to ignore them or push them down but sooner or later they will surface. You're the one who gets to decide how you will deal with them; the goal is to use more positive coping skills.
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One thing we suggest is that when you have an urge to scratch on yourself, just pause for a moment. By pausing you are taking some personal accountability, and then take that moment to engage in a positive activity. Positive coping skills include writing in a journal, talking with someone, drawing, exercising, reading, or watching TV/movie. That way you have all the control. Take Care KO, CounselorSource(s): Boys Town National Hotline -- Available 24/7 at 1-800-448-3000 -- Teens and Young Adults; http://www.yourlifeyourvoice.org/
- Serene ELv 73 years ago
There are none! you're bottling up your emotions, let them out!! Write them down, use music and art to express yourself!!!!
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- Mike GLv 73 years ago
What does "relatively self" mean?
- Pearl LLv 73 years ago
you dont self harm, you could end up cutting an artery by mistake, you get help instead