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         Self Injury:     more books (100)
  1. Treating Self-Injury: A Practical Guide by Barent W. Walsh PhD, 2008-06-19
  2. Bleeding to Ease the Pain: Cutting, Self-Injury, and the Adolescent Search for Self (Abnormal Psychology) by Lori G. Plante, 2010-06-16
  3. Freedom from Selfharm: Overcoming Self-Injury with Skills from DBT and Other Treatments by Kim Gratz, Alexander Chapman, 2009-05-01
  4. Self-Injury in Youth: The Essential Guide to Assessment and Intervention
  5. Self-Injury Disorder (Compact Research Diseases and Disorders) by Peggy J. Parks, 2010-08
  6. When Your Child Is Cutting: A Parent's Guide to Helping Children Overcome Self-injury by Merry E., Ph.D. McVey-Noble, Sony, Ph.D. Khemlani-Patel, et all 2006-06-06
  7. Helping Teens Who Cut: Understanding and Ending Self-Injury by Michael Hollander PhD, 2008-06-11
  8. Self-Injury: When Pain Feels Good (Resources for Changing Lives) (Resources for Changing Lives) (Resources for Changing Lives) by Edward T. Welch, 2004-03-01
  9. Understanding Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Origins, Assessment, and Treatment
  10. Sports Injuries: A Unique Guide to Self-Diagnosis and Rehabilitation by Malcolm T. F. Read MAMBBChirMRCGPDRCOGDM-SMedFISM, Paul Wade, 2009-03-23
  11. Scars That Wound, Scars That Heal: A Journey Out of Self Injury (Live Free) by Jan Kern, 2007-09-05
  12. Adolescent Self-Injury: A Comprehensive Guide for Counselors and Health Care Professionals by Amelio A. D'Onofrio, 2007-03-15
  13. Cutting and Self-Injury (Straight Talk About.) by Rachel Eagen, 2010-09-15
  14. Identifying, Assessing, and Treating Self-Injury at School (Developmental Psychopathology at School) by David N. Miller, Stephen E. Brock, 2010-07-22

181. Healing The Scars :: Self-injury Understood
Definition, personal stories, and raising awareness of selfinjury throught the orange ribbon project.
healing the scars
self-injury understood MENU

self-injury defined

medical faq and links

orange ribbon project
the issue

please bear with me while i move and start graduate school. it may take awhile for me to get your ribbons and bracelets to you, but YOU WILL GET THEM! please understand i'm s full-time student working part-time, so i am really busy right now. be patient, and you'll get your ribbons, i promise! thanks!
welcome to healing the scars!
the home of the orange ribbon project currently under construction: please help raise awareness for self-injury! go to the "orange ribbon project" link to order your FREE ribbons to pass out to people to raise the awareness of self-injury! some other ideas: 1. write a letter to your local newspaper explaining what the day is about 2. talk to a local access TV channel and try to get them to talk about it 3. wear an orange ribbon, and TALK when people ask 4. hand out orange ribbons in your school, university counseling center, or to friends awareness is so important! only when people understand what self-injury is about will they start to openly talk about it, and the issue will finally be more understood!

182. The Cutting World
Personal story, alternatives to selfinjury and links.
Updated: October, 5, 2000
People like this make it all worth it. Thank you for your inspiring words that I'm sure will impact many:
"AJ - 10/01/00 17:46:00
SI?(Y/N): yes
Comments: I have just been reading your site and it has made me realize that what I am doing to myself is not 'wrong' but that for me its 'normal'. This realization has enabled me to accept who I am and I hope other people feel the same way and you get the thanx that you deserve not just from me but from every one that enters this site. Thanx again.
~*~You are most welcome and very brave for speaking out~
and may you find peace in your life.~*~
...Also special thanks to "Leanne", who's words made a big impact on me...Upcoming events!
LiLith Lynn Richards who unexpecedly succumed to the blade.
We LOVE you and we are with you in spirit.
ANNOUNCEMEMT:  Still has many valuable resource links available!
WEBRING is experiencing many technical difficulties
Thank you for your patience~ we're detetermind to get through it!
A word about the graphics
Mission Statement - Please Read
A Testimonial by a Self Injurer ... There's a BIG story behind a little girl...

183. E N T E R . S T O R M Y ' S . W O R L D
Personal site with writing, an email discussion list, and information on self-injury, depression and bipolar.
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184. Cutters :: Life From Our View
Information on selfinjury, personal stories, chatroom and the self-injurers bill of rights.
Life From Our View MENU

About Me


Bill of Rights

We're called freaks, losers, immature and nasty. In reality, we're not either of these things. We're cutters. We're dealing with life the only way we know cutting our bodies with razor blades, scissors, glass, safety pins, whatever we can get our hands on at the moment we need it. Maybe your a cutter, maybe someone you know is a cutter...just know that your not alone, there are many of us out there. This site is a way for me to help myself and help other people at the same time. I hope you find it interesting and informative.
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185. American Self-Harm Information Clearinghouse -
As a result, friends and loved ones of people who selfinjure often feel frightened E-mail inquires should be sent to and telephone
Approximately 1% of the population has, at one time or another, used self-inflicted physical injury as a means of coping with an overwhelming situation or feeling. ASHIC - the American Self-Harm Information Clearinghouse - strives to increase public awareness of the phenomenon of self-inflicted violence and the unique challenges faced by self-injurers and the people who care about them. Self-harm scares people. The behavior can be disturbing and difficult to understand, and it is often treated in a simplistic or sensational manner by the press. As a result, friends and loved ones of people who self-injure often feel frightened, isolated, and helpless. Sometimes they resort to demands or ultimatums as a way of trying to regain some control over the situation, only to see things deteriorate further. The first step toward coping with self-injurious behavior is education: bringing reliable information about who self-injures, why they do it, and how they can learn to stop to people who self-injure and to their friends, loved ones, and medical caregivers. ASHIC was founded to meet this need for honest, accurate information.
About Self-harm
Self-harm, also known as self-injury, self-inflicted violence, self-injurious behavior, or self-mutilation, can be defined as the deliberate, direct injury of one's own body that causes tissue damage or leave marks for more than a few minutes and that is done in order to deal with an overwhelming or distressing situation.

186. BBC - Health - Conditions - Self-harm
Ways to manage selfharm, and links to organisations.
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Friends, family and professionals are often so distressed when someone deliberately harms themselves that they don't know how to help them, leaving sufferers feeling ashamed and alone. But James Tighe and Dr Raj Persaud show us that help is available...
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You're not alone How common is it? What can I do to help myself? Suggested techniques ... Self-mutilation culture Self-harm is a way of dealing with very strong emotions. For some people it gives the relief that crying may provide for the rest of us - but maybe they've cried so much that it no longer gives them any relief. Some self-harming people feel so angry and aggressive that they can't control their emotions. They become afraid that they may hurt someone, so they turn their aggression inwards to get relief. People who self-harm are often labelled as 'attention seeking'. However, a person who self-harms may believe this is the only way to communicate their distress. Self-harm can be a hidden problem that goes on for years. It may start as a spur-of-the-moment outlet for anger and frustration (such as punching a wall) and can develop into a major way of coping with stress that, because it remains hidden, generates more stress.

187. NCH Children's Charities - Self-harm FAQ
Providing basic information about selfharm for young people and their families.

188. Self Harm
selfharm is when a person deliberately injures themselves in an attempt to copewith strong feelings. Someone who self-harms may inflict physical injuries

189. Pain And Deliberate Self-harm
Deliberate selfharm is a troubling aspect of adolescence (and possibly even Its relationship with pain is uncertain, but for many self-harm is not so


Pain and deliberate

Pain and the erotic

Can animals feel pain?

Laocoon and the expression of pain

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Pain and deliberate self-harm
Michaela Swales Deliberate self-harm is a troubling aspect of adolescence (and possibly even adulthood) that appears to be on the increase. Its relationship with pain is uncertain, but for many self-harm is not so much about the inflicting of physical pain as the cessation of emotional pain For many people the idea of deliberately harming oneself is difficult to conceptualize. Many of us may spend our time attempting to avoid harm to ourselves either in the short-term (wearing a seat-belt) or in the long-term (exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet). Many of us would flinch from the idea of wilfully inflicting acute damage to our own bodies. How then can we understand individuals for whom harming the self is not something that they avoid or find aversive but is something that they seek out? Deliberate self-harm is a term that covers a wide range of behaviours some of which are directly related to suicide and some that are not. This is a relatively common behaviour that is little understood.

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