I haven't been on here for awhile because, well, I don't know why, really. I have not self-harmed in 7 months (tomorrow) and it is still such a daily struggle. I don't feel like I've accomplished anything by not self harming in this long. I'm almost pissed because all this time, I could have been doing something to make me feel better. My therapist says that the longer I go without self harming, the easier it gets, but I'm at 7 months (4 months was my previous record) and it is no easier than month 1, in fact it's harder. Has anyone else felt that the longer they go, the harder it is? If so, what do you do? I'm ready to give up and any suggestions would be appreciated. thanks.
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