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  1. Women Living With Self-Injury by Jane Hyman, 1999-09-27
  2. CAPTIV by S. Marie, 2000-01-01
  3. Self-injuries: Webster's Timeline History, 1959 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-06-06
  4. Sports Injuries: A Self-Help Guide by Vivian Grisogono, 1994-11
  5. Sport Injuries: A Unique Guide to Self-Diagnosis and Rehabilitation by Malcolm T. F. Read, Paul Wade, 1997-09
  6. Working with Self-injury: A Practical Guide by Lois Arnold, Anne Magill, 1996-10
  7. From the Ashes: A Head Injury Self-Advocacy Guide by Kay Campbell, Constance Miller, 1988-10
  8. Psychology of Sport Injury: A Professional Achievement Self-study Program Course by Frances Flint, 1998-01-31
  9. Understanding Self-Injury: A Workbook for Adults by Robin Connors, Kristy Trautmann, 1994-06-01
  10. Secret Scars: Uncovering and Understanding the Addiction of Self-Injury by V.J. Turner, 2002-09-16
  11. Am I Brain Damaged: Memoirs of Return to Life After my Head Injury by Lori Purdy Faitel, 2009-03-29
  12. Running: Fitness and Injuries : A Self-Help Guide by Vivian Grisogono, 1994-04
  13. Suicide, Self-Injury, and Violence in the Schools: Assessment, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies by Gerald A. Juhnke, Paul F. Granello, et all 2010-10-26
  14. Healing the Hurt Within: Understand Self-injury and Self-harm, and Heal the Emotional Wounds by Jan Sutton, 2008-05-15

21. Taylor, Jill - Kambia
Poems of different subjects, journal, and quotes. Topics include eating disorders, self injury, suicide, depression, and lesbian thoughts.
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22. Lynne's World
Information and links about self injury, multiplicity, midcontinuum, depression, eating disorders and gay and Christian issues, from a UK perspective.
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Resorting to self injury is a way of both indicating that difficulties exist Of course you want your friend to stop the self injury but you cannot force
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Most of us act at some time in a way that is harmful to our body whether it be by drinking, smoking or other excesses. This leaflet is about the need to inflict injury on oneself in a more deliberate way such as cutting, burning, stabbing, scratching, hair pulling and bruising. Such action is rarely an attempt at suicide or an expression of madness; however, it is a sign there are problems that need addressing.
What makes someone want to hurt themselves?
The origins of self-harm often lie in a deep feeling of being powerless, trapped, or without choice. This may come from unhappy experiences in the past or a traumatic event such as being attacked. Current events can reinforce old feelings of distress, particularly when life is very stressful, or a person feels isolated, lacking support or understanding, or is under constant criticism. Resorting to self injury is a way of both indicating that difficulties exist and is also an attempt to cope with the problems. Although harming oneself is not a constructive way of dealing with these difficulties, it may serve some of the following functions:
  • to tell people something is wrong
  • to legitimise feelings of pain
  • to gain a sense of control
  • to distract and bring a sense of relief
  • to manage unacceptable feelings such as anger
  • to punish oneself
  • to protest
  • to express shame and self hatred
  • to overcome numbness and restore a capacity to feel
  • to cleanse.

24. Silent All These Years
Personal stories about depression, abuse and self injury.
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25. Self-Injury
LifeSIGNS Welcomeself injury guidance and support network. A UK based voluntary organisation withinformation, support, training, seminars and a newsletter.
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FREE Newsletter. Sign Up Now! When I worked at a college counseling center we had a "suicide policy" which kicked-in whenever a student made a suicide attempt or "gesture." If a student cut themselves intentionally it was assumed that this was part of suicidal thinking, and it was treated this way. While it is certainly important to take such behavior very seriously, it does not always reflect suicidal thinking. We are beginning to understand more about self-cutting and self-mutilation, and enlightened therapists can often help.

26. LifeSIGNS :: Self Injury Awareness
From this it is clear that self injury is an issue that not only needs Many self injury groups in the UK, following suit from USA, have adopted 1st

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    We have finally had the 2005 Booklet printed and bound, and we will be sending it out to the scores of people who pre-ordered now. The Booklet is A5, spiral bound, plastic cover and card backed. Get a free PDF of it further down the page, or order the new Booklet online now, further down.
    SIAD 2005 Self Injury Awareness Day
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    SIAD is a global awareness day, and yet it is not supported by any nations' governments, because it is a grass-roots idea. Somehow, in the mists of time, the date was set as the 1st of March, and organisations around the world make extra efforts to raise awareness ready for SIAD. LifeSIGNS will be launching the revised SI Awareness Booklet on the 1st of March, it will be available from this page for free download, and you will be able to purchase a beautiful A5 bound booklet. Until the 2005 edition is released, you are very welcome to download the 2004 edition, below.

27. Anorexia And Self Injury
LiveJournal community giving support for those suffering from eating disorders and selfmutilation to help each other out, make friends who will understand, discuss without fear of judgement.
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03 September 2005 @ 06:41 pm Damn... I'm not doing so well again. I have been cut free for almost 10 months but something is making me want to cut so badly recently. I can't tell if it's because I'm really lonely or the fact that I'm in college and I know I can get away with it or what... it's really tough because I know I can do it with out getting caught. Oh well, we'll see what happens. Current Mood: worried Current Music: Ani- You had time 3 comments Leave a comment
29 August 2005 @ 07:50 pm RaNdOm Im so mad because my damn internet wont work in my dorm!! uhh so I have to come downstairs to a damn computer lab, BOo lol but ya ive done real good today, I had a fat free coffee for breakfast to fill me up and i drank water all day instead of eating!YAY! lol i can fit into my size 3 jeans again and they are a little bit too big!! Freakin awesome!! but ya bye! 1 comment Leave a comment
29 August 2005 @ 11:51 am I went out to dinner with my mom last night and literally she didn't eat anything. I watched her pick up a fry and then put it down. How the fuck am I supposed to feel good about eating if she doesn't eat? I move into my dorm room today and I'm finally going to be free of her... I don't think I could be more excited about it. Oh and I've been cut free for 9 months... I guess it's a good thing but I don't feel accomplished and I haven't stopped thinking about it. It's like I still want to but am way too lazy to put up with the shit that I'll get from my friends about it. I've been doing this for 5 years now and there have been people telling me the whole time not to do it, so why do I suddenly care now? I'm not looking for an answer or advice or anything, just wanted to rant.

28. Understanding Self Injury
self injury (self harm/self mutilation) discussed by Stuart Sorenson, RMN.
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Understanding Self Injury
by Stuart Sorensen RMN
The whole idea of self-injury (SI) is, for many people, very difficult to understand. It's a subject which causes most people to react with very strong emotions and can cause feelings of guilt, anger, depression and for many self-injurers, relief. That's the bit most people who don't harm themselves find the hardest to understand.
Many self-injurers find that acts such as cutting, overdosing, burning themselves etc. actually make them feel better - at least in the short term. This is especially true for people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). It's as though there's a pressure cooker inside their heads and physical pain or the drama associated with emergency medical care is the only way they know to relieve the distress they feel.
The trouble is that there's always a price to be paid for self-injury. That price may be physical (scarring, liver damage etc.), social (leading to relationship problems) or psychological (a source of guilt, depression, self-reproach, frustration or anger). The short-term relief is real and it works for a while but self-injury often causes more problems than it solves in the longer term.

29. Unreality
Journal of a young girl suffering from eating disorders and self injury.
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If i get it all down on paper it's no longer inside of me threaten' the life it belongs to.
And I feel like I'm naked in front of the crowd
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We're like cars on a cable and life's like an hourglass glued to the table,
No one can find the rewind button girl
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30. YoungMinds | Publications | Worried About Self Injury?
YoungMinds Booklets for Young People. Worried about self injury? to helpyoung people understand more about what selfinjury is and why people do it.
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Worried about self injury?
This booklet is part of a range of booklets written for the 11-16 year age range. They are all colourful, pocket sized (A6) booklets that explain issues that are of concern to children and young people and that may have an impact on their mental health. They also give details of organisations which can provide more help, support and advice. This booklet aims to help young people understand more about what self-injury is and why people do it. It is designed to help young people find support for themselves or people they know. By using genuine quotes from young people who have self-injured, the booklet explores what self-injury means to those who do it and why they harm themselves. It suggests what can help people to think about stopping and who may be able to help them through this difficult period. You can access the full text and/or download an electronic version of the booklet, worried about self-injury?

31. Borderline Babe
the life of a young woman with borderline personality disorder, manic depression, self injury and eating disorders.
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32. Self-injury,self Injury,SI,cutting,cuting,Teens,teenager,cut,teems,help
Teens for teens.For teens or anyone who self injures.24 hour telephone help line.Totally Confidential. Teens expressing thenselves.
Self-Injury: A Search For Understanding
A friend confides in you that she deliberately cuts herself with a razor blade. What would your reaction be? Self-injury is little understood by most people. The idea of deliberately hurting yourself is seemingly incomprehensible, but for many of those who do exactly this, it is a survival tool, a coping mechanism that enables them to sustain their life through emotionally difficult times. For most of us, cutting or burning our own skin would be incredibly painful and almost impossible to carry out. For cutters, it is a strangely effective coping method for dealing with inner pain so overwhelming it must be brought to the surface (Strong 1998). What is Self-Injury? Definition
Self-Injury, also commonly known as self-harm; self-mutilation; self-abuse; and self inflicted violence, is defined as the deliberate harming or alteration of one's body tissue without the conscious intent to commit suicide. Integral to this definition are several key concepts. First, self-injury is an act done to the self. Second, it is done by the self. Third, it must include some type of physical violence. Fourth, self-injury is not undertaken with the intent to kill oneself. And fifth, it is an intentional act. Types of Self-Injury
Favazza (1996) separates self-mutilation into two major groups. The first being culturally sanctioned self-mutilation, which is subdivided into rituals and practices, and the second deviant self-mutilation, which is subdivided into major self-mutilation, stereotypical self-mutilation, and superficial or moderate self-mutilation. It is the second group, deviant self-mutilation, and more specifically the subdivision of superficial or moderate self-mutilation, that is the subject of this research.

33. Befrienders Worldwide
Information about self harm/self injury for parents and teachers.
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Befrienders centers work to reduce suicide worldwide with 31,000 volunteers in almost 40 countries
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35. Self Injury - Your Not Alone @
A discussion forum for people who engage in self harming behaviours.
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36. Diwedd
Personal story of a struggle with depression and self injury.
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37. _____________________________perfectedsouls
Eating disorder forum with sections for anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating and binge eating, fasting, self injury, and general topics (requires free registration).
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38. Self-Injury
self injury First Aid for External Injuries, Scars. self injury Facts. SelfinjuryFact sheet (Beyond the Myths). self injury Treatments and Self Help.

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Recommended First Aid Kit: Surgical Tape, Bandages, Scissors, Saline Water, Antiseptic, Painkillers. Cutting: The main points when considering first aid after cutting is that you must control the bleeding and prevent any possible infection. Self Injury Facts
Self injury is any deliberate, non suicidal behaviour that inflicts physical harm on your body and is aimed at relieving emotional distress. Physical pain is often easier to deal with than emotional pain, because it causes 'real' feelings. Injuries can Self-injury: Fact sheet (Beyond the Myths)
Self-injury a quick guide to the basics. If the whole concept of a disorder in which people deliberately inflict physical harm on themselves confuses you or if you've been doing this for a while and never realized that it's recognized as a valid psycholog Self Injury Treatments and Self Help
Self injury is not treated as a separate syndrome, and so there are few specific ways of reducing self injury. Treatments tend to focus on the whole person, and on the underlying causes of stress and anxiety. Diagnosed mental disorders will be treated Living with Self Injury
This section is for people who self injure. SCARS - Often people will ask quite innocently 'what happened to your arm?' This may immediately put you on the defensive, as it is difficult to answer. We would suggest that you only show your cuts/scars if you

39. ::: Breaking Free :::
Story of a girl who suffers from bulimia and self injury. Information about issues like eating disorders, treatment and recovery, self injury, abuse, addiction and suicide. Includes a Bulletin board.
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40. Self Injury Facts
self injury is any deliberate, non suicidal behaviour that inflicts physical harmon your body and is aimed at relieving emotional distress.
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Self injury is any deliberate, non suicidal behaviour that inflicts physical harm on your body and is aimed at relieving emotional distress. Physical pain is often easier to deal with than emotional pain, because it causes 'real' feelings. Injuries can prove to an individual that their emotional pain is real and valid. Self injurious behaviour may calm or awaken a person. Yet, self injury only provides temporary relief, it does not deal with the underlying issues. Self injury can become a natural response to the stresses of day to day life and can escalate in frequency and severity. Self injury may be inflicted upon the self in many ways, such as cutting oneself, banging limbs, burning / branding oneself, overdosing on medication, and other methods. Medical Diagnosis Self injury is not a distinct syndrome according to current diagnostic criteria, it is often a behaviour associated with syndromes such as Personality Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Compulsive Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Dissociative Disorders, Eating Disorders, Impulse Control Disorders and forms of Depression.

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