Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Thoughts of cutting yourself? What you need to know

Thoughts of cutting yourself is something which should be taken very seriously, although there are many people who feel that cutters are not suicidal this is not necessarily the truth. There are many people who are self harming who may not know that this tendency can lead towards suicide. If you are entertaining thoughts of cutting yourself you are not alone, there are millions of people worldwide who are contemplating the very same thing. If you feel suicidal it is crucial that you speak with someone immediately or call emergency services, this is available in every country.


Cutters are often closer to suicidal contemplation than they may be aware of; this is one of the hidden dangers of self harm. Many cutters say that they are not thinking of taking their life but self harm is a slippery slope rooted in stress that can lead to suicidal contemplation. The roots of self harm are found in deep emotional stresses, these stresses may be very apparent (such as school or family problems). When the emotional stresses of life do not find a needed outlet this may cause a person to “turn on themselves”. Self harm is an emotional response to what seem like an inescapable stressful condition. Thoughts of cutting yourself must be taken seriously and can lead to other acts of self harm.

The usual course of treatment for those who are self harming is medications, antidepressants medication can be very helpful, and they do numb the emotional pain. While medications can be helpful they should not be the final stage in your recovery, drugs will never address the root cause of the emotional stresses.

Good news

There is a way to address thoughts of cutting yourself without doctors, therapist or pill; there is an inside out self heal technique which can de-active a cutting thought.  It has been helping people for more than 5 years. The Red Report is used in over 10 countries to de-active the impulse to cut, as you heal alone in private.  

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