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Jun 1, 2010 ... InsideOut: our relationships expert Sarah Abell advises a reader whose close friend ended their relationship without a word.


that may help share the burden. Your addict friend is like millions of others, too. There are no exceptional cases of drug addiction. Your friend is just like all the others, with minor cosmetic differences. How can I convince her to (at the least) cut down (or at best) cut out the coke, without alienating her as a ...


Dec 20, 2016 ... I recently cut all ties with someone I deemed a friend and I'm so glad I did. ... Why you shouldn't feel guilty about cutting your friend off if they really hurt you ... 'I've helped them out endless times and the repayment was just absolutely nothing, I'd supported them from day one, giving them advice, helping ...


Help for cutting & other self injury. Reasons to stop, tips when confiding in others, understanding why you cut, other ways to cope, and seeking prof. help.


Aug 8, 2017 ... Self-injury/cutting — Learn about signs, risk factors and treatment for this unhealthy way to cope with emotions. ... and honest information about your situation and your self-injuring behavior. You may want to take a family member or friend along, if possible, for support and to help you remember information.


Ask for Help. If you are having thoughts of cutting, or you are already cutting, ask for help before the problem gets worse. If your cutting problem is severe, talk to family, a friend, or your doctor. Don't hesitate to talk them if you are having thoughts of suicide or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 .


Aug 12, 2014 ... I know you want to help your friend/child/lover/parent get to that “better” place. And there are things that you can do that will be invaluable to helping them and bring the two of you closer together. Thank goodness. Click to tweet: How to stop suicide http://ctt.ec/a1YI9+ @JodiAman #suicideprevention # ...


Jul 25, 2017 ... There is no magic formula that enables you to help someone stop—or cut back— on his or her drinking. Alcoholism is a complex problem, with many related issues . But Al‑Anon can help you learn how to cope with the challenges of someone else's drinking. It may be that you could help matters by changing ...


Help a Friend. Every day we ask questions like “how are you?” and “what's up?” as a way of saying “hi” when passing friends in the hall, responding to emails and posting on Facebook walls. But how often do we get meaningful responses to those questions that tell us how our friends are really doing? If you have a friend  ...