Your mind is all you have for yourself, if you lose it, you lose it all and you will be finished. Never allow any situation or circumstances of life make you lose your mind. Build your mind-set to tolerate and accommodate anything irrespective of the gravity or force involved which may suggest or compare you to give-up or take drastic action. Learn to stand the test of time because nothing is actually new, whatever you are passing through right now, others have gone through it and majority of people are still passing through it now and you cannot even see it in their expression, or outward appearance. Why most you think of committing suicide, killing yourself is the most foolish thought that ever exist because every single problem has a solution and life is worth living. No excuses are enough to lose your mind because when you lose your mind you will definitely lose it all and you will be written-off.











Negativity leads to depression, mental health issues and untimely death. There is not positive benefit in thinking negative, negative people are toxic and low-esteem people, nothing is ever right in their own eyes, and their mind-set is always full of fear and anxiety. The benefits you get from negative thought are failure, depression, separation, setback, confusion, illness, low-self-esteem, fear, premature death, nagging, weakness, suicide, heart attack, high blood pressure, name it. So, deviate yourself from negative thoughts because the only benefit it has for you is total destruction and self-harm.








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Self-injury, also known as self-harm or self-mutilation, is defined as an act wherein someone deliberately hurts or injures themselves. Self-injury is most often used as a coping mechanism and is not an attempt at suicide.

Self-harm, also known as self-injury, is defined as the intentional, direct injuring of body tissue, done without the intent to commit suicide. Other terms such as cutting and self-mutilation have been used for any self-harming behaviour regardless of suicidal intent. The most common form of self-harm is using a sharp object to cut one’s skin. Other forms include behaviour such as burning, scratching, or hitting body parts.

Self-harm – NHS


Getting help. If you are self-harming, you should see your GP for help. They can refer you to …

Useful organisations. There are organisations that offer support and advice for people who …

Types of self-harm. There are many ways people can intentionally harm …

Signs of self-harm. If you think a friend or relative is self-harming, look out for any of the

What is self-harm?


Self-harm is often understood to be a physical response to an emotional pain of some kind and can be very addictive. Some of the things people do are quite well known, such as cutting, burning or pinching, but there are many, many ways to hurt yourself, including abusing drugs and alcohol or having an eating disorder.




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