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Cutted yesterday and for some reason I feel proud of it. First pic is 15min after it and second pic is from today.. Kind of happy that they recover quite fast but at the same time I'm sad about it 🤔 #selfharm

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Im not dead, just really tired, been in and out of the hospital alot recently. If anyone wants to like remind " - 1764504976186908068
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Hey guys👋 Im not dead, just really tired, been in and out of the hospital alot recently. If anyone wants to like remind me to post everyday I'll be cool with that. Just try to stay strong guys, and try to help others to be strong. - DMs are open to talk - - Hotlines °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° Teen HotLine: 2-1-1 Rape/Abuse: 1-(800)656-4673 National Runaway Safeline: 1-(800)786-2929 Missing/Exploited Children: 1-(800)843-5678 Safe Place: 1-(800)433-0010 Trafficking: 1-(888)373-7888 or text "BeFree" (233733) D.A.T.A.: 1-(800)253-8770 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #selfharm

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Ich geh ab heute seit einem Jahr wieder teilweise zur Schule und bin so schrecklich aufgeregt 😬 Wü" - 1764501489346065256
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Mein 😊 Ich geh ab heute seit einem Jahr wieder teilweise zur Schule und bin so schrecklich aufgeregt 😬 Wünscht mir Glück!

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image by The Tomorrow Project (@thetomorrowproject_uk) with caption : "The Tomorrow Project has been shortlisted for a People’s Projects award – we need your votes!
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The Tomorrow Project has been shortlisted for a People’s Projects award – we need your votes! We are thrilled to announce that The Tomorrow Project has been shortlisted for a People’s Projects award in the Central East region. The People’s Projects is a partnership between the Big Lottery Fund, ITV, STV and The National Lottery that gives the public a say in awarding National Lottery funding to local projects across the UK. We have the chance to win a share of £150,000. The Tomorrow Project, run by Harmless, was set up in Nottinghamshire after a high number of suicides. The project offers support to individuals in crisis and at risk of suicide, as well as supporting those bereaved through suicide. Since 2012, we have had hundreds of referrals. Many of our clients have openly told us we’ve saved their lives. We know that suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds globally, it is the leading cause of death in 5-49 year old males, and the most at-risk group are 40-44 year olds. But, did you know that there is a peak in suicides for those aged 75 and over? The risk of suicide in older adults is phenomenally high, and we want to do more to support them. Many existing therapeutic services exclude those who are suicidal, and most deaths to suicide occur in those who have no know mental health need. Now more than ever, we need your support to help us win a share of the funding to sustain and expand our life-saving project. We need to offer individuals who are facing issues of isolation, relationship and employment challenges and health needs a safe place. With your vote, we can do just that. Voting closes on Monday 30th April. Visit https://www.thepeoplesprojects.org.uk/…/the-tomorrow-project to find our project, and look out for more information from us on our social media platforms, including stories from individuals supported through the project. #selfharm

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The Tomorrow Project has been shortlisted for a People’s Projects award – we need your votes! We are thrilled to announce that The Tomorrow Project has been shortlisted for a People’s Projects award in the Central East region. The People’s Projects is a partnership between the Big Lottery Fund, ITV, STV and The National Lottery that gives the public a say in awarding National Lottery funding to local projects across the UK. We have the chance to win a share of £150,000. The Tomorrow Project, run by Harmless, was set up in Nottinghamshire after a high number of suicides. The project offers support to individuals in crisis and at risk of suicide, as well as supporting those bereaved through suicide. Since 2012, we have had hundreds of referrals. Many of our clients have openly told us we’ve saved their lives. We know that suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds globally, it is the leading cause of death in 5-49 year old males, and the most at-risk group are 40-44 year olds. But, did you know that there is a peak in suicides for those aged 75 and over? The risk of suicide in older adults is phenomenally high, and we want to do more to support them. Many existing therapeutic services exclude those who are suicidal, and most deaths to suicide occur in those who have no know mental health need. Now more than ever, we need your support to help us win a share of the funding to sustain and expand our life-saving project. We need to offer individuals who are facing issues of isolation, relationship and employment challenges and health needs a safe place. With your vote, we can do just that. Voting closes on Monday 30th April. Visit https://www.thepeoplesprojects.org.uk/…/the-tomorrow-project to find our project, and look out for more information from us on our social media platforms, including stories from individuals supported through the project. #selfharm

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The Tomorrow Project has been shortlisted for a People’s Projects award – we need your votes! We are thrilled to announce that The Tomorrow Project has been shortlisted for a People’s Projects award in the Central East region. The People’s Projects is a partnership between the Big Lottery Fund, ITV, STV and The National Lottery that gives the public a say in awarding National Lottery funding to local projects across the UK. We have the chance to win a share of £150,000. The Tomorrow Project, run by Harmless, was set up in Nottinghamshire after a high number of suicides. The project offers support to individuals in crisis and at risk of suicide, as well as supporting those bereaved through suicide. Since 2012, we have had hundreds of referrals. Many of our clients have openly told us we’ve saved their lives. We know that suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds globally, it is the leading cause of death in 5-49 year old males, and the most at-risk group are 40-44 year olds. But, did you know that there is a peak in suicides for those aged 75 and over? The risk of suicide in older adults is phenomenally high, and we want to do more to support them. Many existing therapeutic services exclude those who are suicidal, and most deaths to suicide occur in those who have no know mental health need. Now more than ever, we need your support to help us win a share of the funding to sustain and expand our life-saving project. We need to offer individuals who are facing issues of isolation, relationship and employment challenges and health needs a safe place. With your vote, we can do just that. Voting closes on Monday 30th April. Visit https://www.thepeoplesprojects.org.uk/…/the-tomorrow-project to find our project, and look out for more information from us on our social media platforms, including stories from individuals supported through the project. #selfharm