Emo /ˈiːmoʊ/ is a rock music genre characterized by an emphasis on emotional expression, sometimes through confessional lyrics. It emerged as a style of post-hardcore from the mid-1980s hardcore punk movement in Washington, . where it was known as emotional hardcore or emocore and pioneered by bands such as Rites of Spring and Embrace
I'm not emo and I self harm, and few people in my school self harm but aren't emo. Also self harm doesn't always consist of cutting. This is beyond twisted, there are some people whom deserve better treatment than you and because no one on here actually knows who you are you can go about without being judged for this sh t. Where as people see our scars and go to certain extent to make our lives a living hell. ok look im an emo too and just people might not like you doesnt mean you can make fun of us we are no different we may a few more feelings but that is it and stop trying to stand out making fun of other people because maybe even your own friends are making fun of you :) dont judge if you. dont know a person!
Violent, gory and harmful content. We may also remove posts identifying victims of self injury if the post attacks or makes fun of them.
Music isn't typically categorized by the meaning of the words, so this music list is a great way to find some solid tracks that are thematically similar. Vote for the self-harm songs that you enjoy the most, and downvote ones if you think they're not worthy of being high on the list.
Alternatives to self-harm. Rants/walls of text if you just need to get something off your chest. Media you find encouraging or relevant (. books, movies, music). Poetry or original work. Shout-outs asking for support, a chat, etc. Inappropriate content: Posting pictures of harm; cuts, burns, scars etc. (The exception to this is cover-up tattoos and the like). Giving medical advice without supplying references (from reliable sources or medical experience). Instructing on methods of selfharm ("How do I cut"). Encouragement of self harm.
Self-harm is defined as ‘an act which we know does us physical or psychological damage but gives us temporary respite from difficult feelings’. In that context, lots of the things people do to ‘take the edge off’ – eating sugary foods, drinking alcohol, smoking tobacco – are, technically, self-harm. We have a tendency to think of people who self-harm as ‘alien’ and ‘other’ but, at its heart, it’s just a coping strategy and, whether we realise it or not, we all have those
|1||If I Find (Scared)||3:48|
|2||Don't Hesitate2Cry (Silent Machine)||3:03|
|3||I Wasn't Hoping||2:59|
|4||Blood On The Ceiling (Throw It Up) [Death Ho]||3:40|
|5||Horse Tranq Cocktail (Witches Brew)||3:25|
|6||Merzbow's Suicide Note||1:55|
- Artwork – Jiro Noel Lagac, Kylie Damnyou
|none||Self Harm Squad||Emo Dance Music (7xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Garbage Men Puking||none||Canada||2014|