No Harm, No Foul: Self-Harm Distractions

Photo by: Sasha Freemind/Unsplash Recovery from self-harming tendencies can be a long and difficult road. Slip-ups and relapses can happen easily and can trigger vicious cycles of self-hatred and self-harm. Read on for tips on how to avoid self-harming behaviours and know that you are not alone. You’ve got this. Self-harming tendencies and behaviours can … Continue reading No Harm, No Foul: Self-Harm Distractions

The Addictive Nature Of Self Injury

Photo by: Will Stewart/Unsplash *Trigger Warning* Self-injury is when someone does something to deliberately hurt themselves, and it can be done in many different ways. But is it addictive? Short answer: Kind of, but not really. Self-injury is when someone harms themselves, but does not intend for death to be the result. This is known … Continue reading The Addictive Nature Of Self Injury

Self-Injury Awareness Day. You Are Never Alone There Is Always Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Photo by: Will Stewart/Unsplash Today (March 1st) is self-injury awareness day, a day for us to recognise the threat that self-harming poses to people across the world. However, it is also a day to help raise awareness and understand that there is always a way out.  *TRIGGER WARNING* Speaking to coach Sam Evans who specialises … Continue reading Self-Injury Awareness Day. You Are Never Alone There Is Always Light At The End Of The Tunnel