Unusual Methods To Combat Self-Harming [Part 3]


When you land at “Part Three”, you either look elsewhere, or you go and see what parts two and one have to offer.

Oh sorry … You don’t self harm – so this is not for you? Well, if you call self harming “cutting” or “suicide” (or any other label that is “them” and not “us”) – just what do you call that type of thinking? Because if you see “them” – is that not self harm? The addiction of separating yourself – the habit of fencing yourself off – the lure of pushing others away – what do call that if not self harm?

Depressionless writes of love. Self love, and love for others.

Doesn’t that make it reason enough to embrace and connect?

Depressionless

In the third part of the Unusual Methods To Combat Self-Harming series we shall look at 4 more ideas to distract yourself from self-harming including an unbelievable idea I discovered just last week. I have problems with self-harming, I must admit, but when my delusions are not involved I can usually control myself with the ideas written on my blog. So here we go…

This is the end product of the challenge (note: I haven't done it myself, but might do soon) This is the end product of the challenge (note: I haven’t done it myself, but might do soon)

1. Cutcake Challenge
Such a great idea! I found it on the Childline website but apparently it has been on the internet for a while. Basically, on day one if you do not self-harm you will write “C” where you self-harm. Day two, you write “U”. Day three, “T”, and so on. After 7 days without self-harming you will have “CUTCAKE” written where you self-harm which means you…

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