My Child Is Self Harming. What Do I Do?!

0 ratings

2059 days ago

Video Description

"****PLEASE READ****
I forgot to mention, but if you haven't already, bring your child to a doctor so they can be diagnosed with any problems they might have such as depression, anxiety, etc so it can be treated properly.

This video is based off of my own experience of what I have found to be helpful, as well as from hearing other people talk about their experiences and the way their parents reacted. I hope you find it helpful. If you have any more questions feel free to message me or comment down below.

Self Harm:
How I Quit Self Harming:
Five Tips To Help A Friend With Depression:

I'm here for anyone that needs to talk. Message me on YouTube or:
INSTAGRAM: amychristinaaa

DISCLAIMER: If you have an emergency call 911 or get help. I am NOT a professional and can not diagnose you, or be responsible if you harm yourself. Everything I talk about is based off of my own experience and research, I am just doing my best to help anyone that I can."


"I have self harmed now for a few years now and its beccause i am bulllied, its an escape."


MoreSend us your Quotes

Tips & Hints

  • Trust in someone

    If you’re ready to seek help for cutting or self-harm, the first step is being willing to confide in another person. It can be scary ...
  • Figure out what your self-harm triggers are

    Self-harm is most often a way of dealing with emotional pain. What feelings make you want to cut or hurt yourself? Whether it is sadnes...
  • Discover your feelings

    Having a hard time pinpointing exactly which feelings trigger your urge to self-harm? You may need to work on your emotional awareness....
  • Look for new ways of coping

    Self-harm is your way of dealing with feelings and difficult situations. So if you’re going to stop, you need to put alternative ways...
  • Build self-esteem

    Build self-esteem via positive affirmations. Write down things you like about yourself (or what others say are your positives), taking ...
  • More Tips & Hints