Girl Shares A Photo Of Her Legs With This Message. The Truth Behind It Will Leave You Devastated

Girl Shares A Photo Of Her Legs With This Message. The Truth Behind It Will Leave You Devastated
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People struggling with mental problems are often suggested to undergo extensively powerful medication or intensive therapy. But, most people don't know that these are not the only options for recovering from mental health issues. With positive thinking and creativity blended, a person suffering from mental disorders can drag her/himself out without having to gulp tons of medicines.   

A young woman recently shared these striking photos on Tumblr. At first, people couldn't figure out whether it was a strange type of tattoo or a rare skin disease. But, when she explained the pictures, everyone on the Internet was shattered.   

This young woman used to engage herself in self-harm and cut herself.

This young woman used to engage herself in self-harm and cut herself.

About 1 in 5 women and 1 in 7 men engage themselves in some sort of self-harm. This may sound weird, but the facts show the harsh truth of today's world.

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She draws creative patterns on her body with a marker and then washes it, which gives the impression of washing away her pains.

She draws creative patterns on her body with a marker and then washes it, which gives the impression of washing away her pains.
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This is what she says:

This is what she says:
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There are many other things to do beside self harm.

Go out and buy your favorite flowers and chocolates.

Go out and buy your favorite flowers and chocolates.
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Cuddle with a stuffed toy.

Cuddle with a stuffed toy.
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Talk to an old friend on call or video call.

Talk to an old friend on call or video call.
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Play a musical instrument.

Play a musical instrument.
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Write a letter to an old friend

Write a letter to an old friend
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Paint your walls (even if temporarily)

Paint your walls (even if temporarily)
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