Self-mutilation, also referred to as self-harming, self-injury, self-inflicted violence or cutting. It does not represent an attempt to take one’s life, although people sometimes suffer serious medical consequences or die as a result of their actions. Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Self-Mutilation.
Offenders hide their behaviour, however the signs of self-harming to watch out for include:
- Social withdrawal, spending more and more time alone
- Listening to violent music
- Watching violent and horror movies
- Playing violent computer games
- Scars, such as from burns or cuts
- Fresh cuts, scratches or other wounds
- Hair loss or bald spots
- Broken bones
- Inappropriate sharp objects, usually hidden
- Wearing long sleeves or long pants even in hot weather
- Claiming to have frequent accidents or mishaps
Self-harming is a futile effort to cope with overwhelming emotions, such as intense anger, rage, terror, fear, shame, depression and trauma.
Self-harming is usually planned, an almost ritualistic incident, perpetrated in a controlled and methodical manner. Self-harming does not usually occur just once, it is repeated.
The victim derives temporary pleasure as they self-harm, unfortunately it is only temporary. Then the negativity returns.
One of the most common forms of self mutilation is cutting, which involves making incisions or scratches on the skin with a sharp article. Nonetheless there are various other methods of self-harm, including:
- Carving words or symbols on the skin
- Breaking bones
- Hitting or punching
- Piercing the skin with sharp objects
- Head banging
- Pulling out hair
- Interfering with wound healing
While self-harming may bring a momentary sense of calm and a release of tension, it’s usually followed by guilt and shame and the return of painful emotions. Self-mutilation may accompany a variety of co-occurring mental illnesses, such as depression, anorexia nervosa, bulima nervosa, other eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse (alcohol, over use of prescribed and illicit drugs, and borderline personality disorder. Self-harming is also known as self-injury, self-injurious behaviour, self-inflicted violence and self-mutilation.
Self harmers I have delt with in the past have been of both sexes, but could also be transgender. They often seem to come from dysfunctional backgrounds, or have bene ‘manipulated’ by social media etc.
“Look behind a compulsion, at it’s motivation,
before it masquerades as your free will” – Peter Zapfella
The mix of emotions that triggers self-injury is complex. In general, self-harming is usually the result of an inability to cope in healthy ways with deep psychological pain.
The synonyms for the word compulsive include; enthusiastic, passionate, irresistible, compelling, urgent and overwhelming.
The synonyms for the word excessive include; disproportionate, exaggerated, excoriate, extravagant, extreme, inordinate, needless, redundant, superfluous, unconscionable, unreasonable, boundless, dissipated, dizzying, immoderate, indulgent, intemperate, limitless, more, overboard, overkill, plethoric, prodigal, profligate, self-indulgent, sky-high, stratospheric, superstar, too many, unbounded, unmeasurable and way out.
Abreactions are strong, often disturbing emotional and even physical reactions to something re-experienced from the past, as if real. An abreaction could re-traumatize rather than achieve the desired healing, particularly if there is no experienced therapist present to ‘rescue’ the patient (when listening to an MP3 at home for example). Our Welcome subliminal messages are abreaction free, you can rest assured you are safe.
The Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Self-Mutilation MP3 was written and recorded by Peter Zapfella to ‘lock-in’ the unconscious shifts following one-on-one therapy to deal with the underlying psychological causes of the problem. He is available almost 24/7 world-wide via Skype. For more information go to www.PeterZapfella.com and www.skypetherapy.pro
Now you can listen to the Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Self-Mutilation subliminals when ready to sleep and let these gentle and encouraging words guide your unconscious mind into the realms of dreams.
If you listen to the Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Self-Mutilation MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ or ‘loop’ your unconscious mind will hear this message around 355 times in the course of a normal 8 hour sleep. The more the Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Self-Mutilation messages are repeated over and over, the more they are uncritically accepted by the unconscious. A simple message regularly repeated, will eventually become a new unconscious belief. However, following one-on-one therapy with Peter Zapfella the results can be miraculous.
Researchers have now proven beyond doubt that online social media subliminally manipulates the way you think and feel, usually for profit or political gains. Think about that for a moment. You can choose to let someone else control your emotions and choices, or you can flight-back and take control of your own emotions.. You can ‘flood’ your unconscious mind with powerful-positive messages that assist you to move forward in life the way you choose.
The Welcome Life Beyond Compulsive Self-Mutilation subliminal affirmations are simply ‘concealed’ from the conscious mind within masking music and environmental sounds to foil conscious analytical thinking, which could otherwise ‘filter out’ messages.
“Today is the future you created yesterday, and tomorrow you create in your thoughts today. So be inspired by what your unconscious mind thinks … today.” – Peter Zapfella
Subliminal Affirmation Text:
“You know compulsive self-mutilation is a sign of low self-esteem, shame, guilt, anger, rage, fear, emotional pain, hurt, depression, trauma and inability to cope with life’s challenges.
Now you have successfully treated those negative emotions. They are gone forever and ever. You have greater self-control. Now you can cope with life challenges. Self-mutilation is ghastly and abhorrent to you. You know you will never do it again.
Your skin is now growing more strong and beautiful, as a reflection of who you really are.
You are now more clear in the mind, more relaxed in the body. You accept everything and everybody because you are more confident. You have greater self-control. The way that you feel is becoming better and better because the burdens have been lifted for ever and ever now that you welcome life beyond compulsive self-mutilation.”
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