Many people consider self-mutilation as a form of pain and stress relief. This is the definition given to the absurd behavior of self-harm by the victims of craziness, who imagine that by harming their own body they can be relieved in any way, while this behavior is dictated by the wild side of their brain that has invaded the human side of their conscience.
If you don’t consider self-abuse an absurd behavior and you try to justify it with various excuses, then you are far from the objective reality, imagining things that are not real.
Don’t feel shocked or irritated with the honesty of my statements. You had better feel grateful because I’m opening your eyes and showing you the truth, so that you may react and do something to save yourself, instead of accepting the absurdity of which you are a victim.
Here is what “Teens Health” explains about the reasons that some people abuse their own bodies:
“It can be hard to understand why people cut themselves on purpose. Cutting is a way some people try to cope with the pain of strong emotions, intense pressure, or upsetting relationship problems. They may be dealing with feelings that seem too difficult to bear, or bad situations they think can’t change.
Some people cut because they feel desperate for relief from bad feelings. People who cut may not know better ways to get relief from emotional pain or pressure. Some people cut to express strong feelings of rage, sorrow, rejection, desperation, longing, or emptiness.”
If you cut and burn your body when you feel desperate, you can only feel worse for seeing yourself in such a state, and the tragedy will continue, because you won’t be able to stop doing it, since this absurd behavior is imposed by the primitive and evil side of your brain.
And here is what “Help Guide” reveals to us about this matter:
“The numbers are staggering…about two million people in the U.S. are self-injurers and approximately 1% of the population has inflicted physical injury upon themselves at some time in their life as a way to cope with an overwhelming situation or feeling. Those numbers are most likely an underestimation because the majority of acts of self-injury go unreported. In other parts of the world the numbers are considerably higher.”
Let’s examine this sentence:
“Approximately 1% of the population has inflicted physical injury upon themselves at some time in their life as a way to cope with an overwhelming situation or feeling.”
Why would such violent action against your own body help you cope with an overwhelming situation or feeling?
What could you find that is good and encouraging in injuring your own body, and then bleeding and suffering more with the pain, and also by seeing yourself in this tragic situation?
Or is this “painful relief” giving you pleasure?
Then you can be sure that the anti-conscience, your primitive conscience, is really completely dominating the human side of your mind, because your human nature is being distorted when you feel pleasure from what is killing you.
If you injure your own body, you have to clearly understand that this behavior is completely absurd and that you need help in order to stop being its victim, especially because it will lead you to suicide in the future, even though today you don’t want to accept that this is the tragic end that awaits you if you continue cutting and burning your body without solving your psychological problems.