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  • Self Harm | The Hope Project

    Self Harm Self harm is when a person causes physical pain to themselves. It can include cutting, biting, scratching, burning and many other ways. There can be many reasons that a person self harms for example they could be getting bullied, experiencing a loss, discrimination, stress, disability's etc. People can self harm as a release and its a way they cope with overwhelming emotional pain. It is a difficult issue to start talking about and not a lot of people understand why someone may self harm. Types of self-harm There are many different ways people can intentionally harm themselves, such as: cutting or burning their skin punching or hitting themselves poisoning themselves with tablets or toxic chemicals misusing alcohol or drugs deliberately starving themselves (anorexia nervosa) or binge eating (bulimia nervosa) excessively exercising People often try to keep self-harm a secret because of shame or fear of it being seen. They may cover up their skin and avoid discussing the problem. It's often up to close family and friends to notice when somebody is self-harming. They should approach the subject with care and understanding. It can also include behaviours that have some level of suicide intent, such as overdoses. How to support someone who self harms. Stay calm, you may feel angry or confused as to why someone you care about would self harm, but acting with anger can shut the conversation down and make that person feel worse and more alone. Self harm is a sign of serious emotional distress. you can ask open questions about their feelings. these can be as simple as "how are you feeling". Give them time to openly express their emotions and give them space and time to talk. Show that you care and be non- judgemental. Tell them about support services available and tell them they aren't alone. Be patient because it will take time for them to feel better and they might not understand yet why they feel the way they do. How to help yourself if you self harm You may feel like self harming is your only way to feel better or feel able to cope, but there are other ways. There are services out there made to help. Self harm is not your only option, you could call a helpline or text We do have a page where there are many supports -Resources and Helplines These services have trained professionals who want to help you. You are not alone you will get through this. You can also go to your GP for help. Distractions Paint or draw Keep a journal, writing down your feelings can help. Write a letter about how you are feeling and tear it up. Colour an entire blank page until its filled with colour. Listen to music Sing or play an instrument Call a friend or hotline helplines Play with or walk a pet Exercise Tear a piece of paper into hundreds of pieces Draw on yourself with red marker where you want to self harm Hold ice cubes. they can ground you and you can also add red food colouring Cook or Bake Clean or organise your room. say the alphabet backwards Play with fidget toys There are more distraction techniques on - There is no shame in asking for help, we all need some from time to time. Talk to a trusted adult like a teacher or parent, you can also talk to your friends. I got some of this information from the different sites already linked but I myself know how hard it is to struggle with self harm so you are not alone. with the right supports and motivation self harm can be something in your past. If you need any more information from The Hope Project ask on the "Lets Chat" button on the website or email and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise. More information Information for parents

  • Blank Page | THE HOPE PROJECT

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  • Contact | THE HOPE PROJECT

    Contactez moi Irlande The Hope Project is here to provide support to those struggling with mental health issues. We are available to listen to anyone. For those who want to vent, talk about anything, write about their day or anything else, they can message us and we'll be there to listen. We understand how hard it can be to talk about mental health issues, and we are here for you. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Nom E-mail Matière Message Soumettre

  • Forum | The Hope Project

    Pour voir cela fonctionner, rendez-vous sur votre site en ligne. Catégories Tous les posts Mes posts Self Help Forum Explore the forum to find answers to all of your questions and connect with users just like yourself. Créer un nouveau post Self Help Forum S'abonner Vues Posts 0 Explore the forum to find answers to all of your questions. Add or edit a post to get the conversation started. Mental health S'abonner Vues Posts 0 If you are struggling right now you are welcome to the Hope project ❤️ Forum - Frameless

  • LGBTQ support and information | The Hope Project

    LGBTQ + support There is lots of support and information for the lgbtq community on . If you're struggling with coming out to feeling lost or overwhelmed they have amazing support and advice. if you would like support and information for another country please go to our resources and helplines page

  • Mental Health | Thehopeproject

    Welcome to The Hope Project. We raise awareness on mental health and suicide. This is a safe place. You are not alone and if you're struggling right now it will get better. You are worth so much. ​ Some days can be hard but you don't need to face those hard days alone. There will always be someone there to listen. Information Self harm Abuse and getting help Eating disorders Suicidal Thoughts Anxiety There is always someone there to listen. you are not alone. Resources and helplines

  • Shop | The Hope Project

    Shop At the moment you can only buy items on etsy. Hopefully soon we will have our own shop running on the website. The money from the items we sell will go back into the hope project to raise more awareness and help more people. SHOP

  • Resources and helplines | The Hope Project

    Resources and helplines We all need help sometimes and there's nothing wrong with asking for help. Don't suffer in silence, there will always be someone there to listen. ​ If you cant find resources in your country or you need more information please email . Ireland Childline , Call or text. Talk about anything ,for ages up to 18 - Call 1800 666666, Text 50101 Crisis text line, Text HELLO to 50808. Pieta , Call 1800 247 247, or text HELP to 51444. suicide and self harm Samaritans , Call 116 123 or email. You can talk about anything ​ LGBT Ireland , Support and information Body whys , Eating disorder support and information- Jigsaw , Mental health support ​ ​​ In an emergency call 999 Gardi - Eating Disorders Centre 1-888-236-1188 National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders 1-847-831-3438 ​ ABUSE National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) Stop it Now! 1-888-PREVENT National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD (422-4453) Exploitation of Children 1-800-843-5678 LGBTQIA+ Helpline: 1-800-398-GAYS Gay and Lesbian National Hotline 1-888-843-4564 Trevor Hotline (Suicide) 1-866-4-U-TREVOR ​ SUICIDE Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) 1-800-273-TALK (8255) Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-827-7571 Deaf Hotline 1-800-799-4TTY Crisis Text Line - Text HOME to741741 USA Need to talk? Free call or text 1737 any time for support from a trained counsellor. Lifeline – 0800 543 354 (0800 LIFELINE) or free text 4357 (HELP). Suicide Crisis Helpline – 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO). Healthline – 0800 611 116 Samaritans – 0800 726 666 Youthline – 0800 376 633, free text 234 or email or online chat. – or email or free text 5626. What's Up – 0800 942 8787 (for 5–18 year olds). New Zealand Access: expatriates' support Tel: 0900 2 222 377 Website Children's helpline (14:00-20:00)Tel: 0800 0432 Website Victim Support Tel: 0900 0101 Website Suicide Crisis helpline Tel: 0900 0767 Website Alcoholics Anonymous Tel: 020 625 6057 Website Report Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Tel: 0800 2000 (free call) Website Emergency number 112 Netherlands UK Childline , Call 0800 1111 or online chat, Talk about anything ​ Kooth , online Support ​ Samaritans , Call 116 123 or email Anxiety uk , Information and support - ​​ Papyrus, support Call: 0800 068 4141 Text: 07860 039 967 Email: Beat, Eating disorder support Shout, Crisis text line Text HELLO to 85258 - NHS 111 - Call in non life threatening emergency - 999 - call in emergency Call 1-866-585-0445 or text WELLNESS to: 686868 for youth 741741 for adults ​ If you're in immediate danger or need urgent medical support, call 911 Canada If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs help now, call triple zero (000). You can also call Lifeline on 13 11 14 — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ​ s ​ Australia S.O.S. Amitié Tel: 09 72 39 40 50 Suicide écoute Tel: 01 45 39 40 00 SOS Help Tel: 01 46 21 46 46 In an emergency call 112 France Spain Samaritans in Spain: English-language helpline offering free support – available by calling 900 525 100 or online . Suicide, crisis, and support line (El Teléfono de la Esperanza): call 902 500 002 or go online (Spanish only, however). ​ Ambulance: 061 Fire brigade: 080 National police: 091 Local police: 092 Website to emergency numbers Telephone: 116 123 Mental Health Helpline Tel: 810 30 030 Emergency call 113 for ambulance and 112 for police Norway More resources in Europe

  • Radio interview | The Hope Project

    Note Press here to listen Radio interview On the 3rd of November at 10:30 I was interviewed on WLRFM by Damien Tiernan about the hope project and mental health. I am so grateful I was able to talk about this. It was an amazing experience. The hope project is a safe place for anyone who may be struggling. Remember you're not alone and there is always someone there to listen.

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