Wow, that's an amazing effort. You're doing fantastic. Well dome. for your question, find new ways to distract yourself. It could something stupid like going on Omegle and chatting to people. It doesn't have to be things like going for a walk or reading, unless you want to of course, but I'm sure you've heard that one before. Buy a cake mix and some decorations, or even find your own recipe, have all the ingredients ready to do and when you feel like you're about to break, bake an awesome cake, or cookies, or even get more creative and create something out of the box. If you like craft, look up some thing you can make with everyday objects and do that. Maybe you could buy some packs of temporary tattoos, and when you feel close to breaking point, apply as many as you want in the area which you would harm yourself. There's so much you could do, just think outside the normal box of distractions. Remember though, overcoming self-harm isn't determined by how many days you go without it. You aren't recovered after 200 days. It's not as simple. Overcoming self harm is about replacing the self harm with healthy coping strategies and eliminating the urge to hurt yourself, and it's just like any other addiction, or illness: over coming it isn't smooth sailing. You will probably have some set backs, and that's okay, that's normal. It doesn't mean that you've "lost" your progress, or that you have to start again, it just means you need to stand up, dust yourself off, and keep going, because you're way closer than you were before, even with the setbacks. It's also a really good idea to have someone close to you know if you don't have someone already, and understand, so they can help you out and support you, and just listen when you need to talk. I hope this helps. Good luck.