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When a Loved One Is Self-Injuring

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While self-harm seems like it would be visible and noticeable in your loved one, the truth is that those who self-harm are often skilled at...

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Self-Harm and a Break-Up

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For many people who are unable to express their emotions and thoughts clearly, self-harm seems like a way to express pain. The symptoms of...

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Self-Abuse and Addiction: A Vicious Cycle

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Self-abuse is a misunderstood behavior that many people are not aware of, but it is estimated by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) that...

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Self-Mutilation and Substance Abuse Help

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Self-mutilation, also called self-harm, is a compulsive behavioral disorder that causes a person to cut or otherwise hurt him or herself....

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Self-Injury and Addiction

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Addiction is dangerous and it does harm the body. It is important to be aware of how self-injury contributes to the addiction cycle. What...

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Help for Alcohol Abuse and Self Harm

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Self-harm and alcohol abuse is a deadly combination. Although some people who injure themselves do not intend to commit suicide, alcohol...

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Treatment and Counseling for Self-Harm

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Self-harm is different for every person it affects. Self-harm (also known as self-injury and self-mutilation) may begin as a way to cope...

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Types of Self-injury

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Self-injury, self-inflicted violence, self-injurious behavior or self-mutilation is defined as a deliberate, intentional injury to one’s...

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Signs and Symptoms of Self-injury

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Patients who self-injure can be as young as 12-years-old and can continue well into adulthood. More and more, kids are learning about the...

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Self-Harm

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Most addictions stem from a conscious or subconscious desire to ease pain, but what happens when the addiction itself involves the...

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