What is Self harm?

Deliberate injury to oneself, typically as a manifestation of a psychological or psychiatric disorder. In today’s world Self harm is well known. Often when people are extremely devastated or feel miserable they think that if they hurt themselves then everything will get better.

If you’re having a hard time pinpointing the feelings that trigger your urge to cut, you may need to work on your emotional awareness. Emotional awareness means knowing what you are feeling and why. It’s the ability to identify and express what you are feeling from moment to moment and to understand the connection between your feelings and your actions, Which sometimes may result to be unpleasant.

Harming yourself won’t ever make it easier. Just giving pain to your own self isn’t the solution. Everyone in this world faces difficulties but that is what the challenge is all about, to test the patience and how you handle the situation. On the outside it may seem that hurting yourself will make you feel a lot better, But trust me it won’t, maybe for a little while but then you’ll have the urge to hurt yourself again and again, This is not how you can cope up with your feelings. Yes everyone deserves better but hurting yourself and making yourself feel better isn’t what you deserve. There are millions of things that can make you happy and feel better. You just need to look for them as they’re just around you. Most of the people choose self harm as a way to express their feelings but that’s not it. Focus on sharing your feelings one to one.

So that’s it. Just be sure not to hurt yourself no matter how difficult the situation is and stay positive.

Stay tuned

Stay happy. 🙂


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