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Alternatives to self harm

10. "Something that is all about you" → Everybody calls me "the quiet one", so I obviously love this quote by Stephen Hawking (and I can confirm it is true!) :-) #bareMinerals #READYtowin

no. what you get sick of is everyone believing you when you say you're "fine"... or "ok"... or "alright".

I used to do FIVE of these. Now I want to talk about it, and help other people work though it.

Yes , I talk about no self harm , not eating , bulling , smoking , or thinking lowly of your self . But in reality , I think nobody likes me and I get sad sometimes because I have one friend. So I work on helping others so much, but I need to stop thinking everyone hates me .

You DID always try to make people happy...and you were very, very good at it; that's why so many people loved you. But were NEVER worthless...and if I had known....I would have tried harder to let you know just how special you were. I love you Beckers...and I am so sorry that you had to go through so much pain. I hope that you can forgive...

Cutting Down: A CBT workbook for treating young people who self-harm.

Coping with Self-Harm. Instead of cutting with a knife, and leaving scars. Instead use a pen, write a line on your skin. At the end of the day count how many lines you made. That's how many times you didn't hurt yourself. Congratulate yourself then.

Self-Harm and "The Baggage Game" | Do you self-harm? You're not alone. Learn about the baggage game. You don’t know the baggage people carry and everyone has some.

Alternatives for Self-Harm - pinned by Private Practice from the Inside Out at www.AllThingsPriv...

Alternatives to Self Harm...although I don't agree with a lot of the "Craving sensation ones" as I'm not ok with replacing one type of physical harm with another...(rubber bands, etc...) I'd modify this a bit.