Self-harm has addictive qualities, just like drugs and alcohol, and can actually release certain chemicals in your brain to make you feel better, or so you think.
At first, opening myself up to several people that I might share a class with, live in the same residence hall as, or even have mutual friends with was frightening.
Gandalf wisely states, “I found it is the small everyday deeds of the ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay."
I know I’m not the only one who has struggled with money while also dealing with depression and anxiety, so I’m sharing how I was able to gain control.
You Matter was created to let people know that suicide is preventable. If you need support during those tough times, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) can help you through.
Self-harm doesn’t equal suicidal. AJ shares why she cut herself and how you can help someone break the habit.
Emma was scared when a friend texted that she wanted to end her own life. Thankfully, she and her parents were able to help—and may have saved a life.