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Three Ways to Manage Self-Harm Urges During the School Day

Three Ways to Manage Self-Harm Urges During the School Day

How do you manage self-harm urges at school? Here are three ways to deal with them and learn something about yourself, too. Take a look.

When I was first in self-harm recovery, school was one of my major triggers. Back to school anxiety always make me fear I was going to relapse. With all of the due dates, friend drama, and the pressure to do well in my classes, school was a very stressful time for me. I had a very hard time managing my self-harm urges when I was in high school, but when I started self-harm recovery in college I started to find some healthier coping skills to handle the stresses of life. In this blog post, I am going to be sharing with you three things that helped me manage my self-harm urges while in school.

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Handling a Self-Injury, Self-Harm Relapse

Handling a Self-Injury, Self-Harm Relapse

Handling a self-harm relapse can seem impossible, but it isn't. Learn how to handle a self-harm relapse and get back on track for recovery. Read this.

Handling a self-harm, self-injury relapse can seem impossible after you’ve done all the work that goes into recovery. After all, recovering from self-harm is a long and harrowing process, but it is possible to go into full recovery and when you do, it is one of the best feelings you can experience. Struggling so long with the issues, reasons, and various feelings and emotions that lead to self-injurious behavior can leave us downtrodden and ready to give up. Not giving up gives us a sense of purpose and drive. We are trying to accomplish the major goal of overcoming a self-injury addiction. But with all addictions, there is the possibility of relapse. How do you handle a self-harm relapse?

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Self-Harm Flashbacks and the Fear of Falling Back to Self-Injury

Self-Harm Flashbacks and the Fear of Falling Back to Self-Injury

Flashbacks can cause thoughts of self-harm and you could fall back into self-injury. Read about how to deal with self-harm flashbacks to avoid old behaviors.

When you are filled with intense emotion, your brain tends to think in ways your body is not used to. You start to see your surroundings through a foggy lens and your thoughts are not the clearest to decipher. You may think back to a time when you felt similar emotions and that self-harm flashback could cause you to fall back into self-injury.

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