ศูนย์ช่วยเหลือสังคม สายด่วน 1300 (Social Help Center Hotline 1300) offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information...
Sometimes your emotions may be so overwhelming that hurting yourself may feel like the only way to find relief. Whether you are self-harming at the moment, or you have thoughts about it, there are 3 helplines in Thailand that can help. If you relate to the following, reach out:
It’s normal to look for ways to relieve strong, negative emotions. Although it’s not talked about much, self-harm is a common strategy people use to deal with emotional turmoil. It may not seem like it, but there are other, healthy ways to deal with the pain you're experiencing.
Talking about difficult emotions with someone compassionate and non-judgemental may help lighten your burdens. There are dedicated helpline volunteers in Thailand who are trained to support people through emotional distress. A helpline volunteer can help you process complex feelings and introduce you to healthy coping tools at your own discretion.
If you are ready to talk to someone about self harm, you can contact a hotline in Thailand for free and confidential support.