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Self-harm can easily become an addiction before you even realize what’s happening. If I could go back to my 14-year-old self, I never would’ve started in the first place.
From my experience, it’s an incredibly difficult addiction to beat. And throughout my years of battling with self-harm, I’ve found healthier alternatives I can turn to when the urge is strong.
I’ve compiled a list of 100 self-harm alternatives into one free PDF. You can keep the PDF on your device, or you can even print it out.
All you have to do to get your free printable is to fill out the form below. I truly hope it helps!
- Self-Injury Outreach and Support
- To Write Love On Her Arms
- S.A.F.E. Alternatives
- Self-Injury and Recovery Research and Resources
- Befrienders Worldwide
- IMAlive: Online chats with trained crisis volunteers
- Better Help: Affordable online counseling
- MyTherapist: Therapy through video chat, phone calls, or online messaging
- Pride Counseling: Specifically geared from members of LGBTQ+
- Faithful Counseling: Specifically geared for Christians