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         Self Injury:     more books (100)
  1. The Language of Injury: Comprehending Self-Mutilation by Gloria Babiker, Lois Arnold, 1997-04-10
  2. Self-injurious Behavior: Analysis, Assessment, and Treatment (Disorders of Human Learning, Behavior, and Communication)
  3. Insurance Settlement Secrets: A Step by Step Guide to Get Thousands of Dollars More for Your Auto Accident Injury Without a Lawyer! (Volume 1) by Matheson Mackinnon, 2009-03-22
  4. Self-Injury: Psychotherapy with People Who Engage in Self-Inflicted Violence by Robin E. Connors, 2008-12-16
  5. The Bare Essentials Guide for Martial Arts Injury Prevention and Care, Second Edition by Trish Bare Grounds, 2006-02-15
  6. Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Developing Self Control (Hdi Professional Series on Traumatic Brain Injury) by Michael D. Wesolowski, 1997-01
  7. Resurrection After Rape: A guide to transforming from victim to survivor by Matt Atkinson, 2008-06-13
  8. The Sky Is Falling: A dark but vivid glimpse into a life of Dissociation, Self-Injury, and Incest through the mind of an adolescent. by Leslie Lee Sanders, 2006-03-09
  9. Tennis and Racquetball Players Self-Guide to Injury-Free Fun (How to Avoid and Treat Tennis Elbow and Other Court Injuries) by Michael Nacinovich, John A. Anthony, 1980-05
  10. Bad Body Fever and Deliberate Self-Injury.: An article from: Reclaiming Children and Youth by Polly Nichols, 2000-09-22
  11. Winning Your Personal Injury Claim: With Sample Forms and Worksheets (Self-Help Law Kit With Forms) by Evan K. Aidman, 1997-10
  12. Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, in the series Advances in Psychotherapy, Evidence-Based Practice (Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence Based Practice) by E. David Klonsky, Jennifer J. Muehlenkamp, et all 2011-04-30
  13. Understanding Repeated Self-Injury: A Multidisciplinary Approach by Digby Tantam, Nick Huband, 2009-05-15
  14. Yes, You Can!: Guide to Self-care for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury by Margaret C., M.D. Hammond, 2000-01

41. BBC - H2g2 - Self Injury
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Edited Guide Entry SEARCH h2g2 Advanced Search New visitors: Returning members: BBC Homepage The Guide to Life The Universe and Everything 1. Life Created: 17th October 2001 Self Injury Front Page What is h2g2? Who's Online Write an Entry ... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! Since Princess Diana mentioned 'hurting herself' in that now infamous Panorama interview, self-injury has slowly become a topic of media interest. However, it is usually portrayed as 'sick' and 'disgusting', and the people are suggested to be 'mentally ill'. An article in the Sun newspaper on an anorexic Coronation Street star described her 'hell' at being put in a hospital ward with 'women so sick they slashed themselves with razors'. However, this is far from an accurate portrayal of people who self injure. The first thing to take into consideration is that self-injury itself is not usually the problem. It is a way for the person to deal with an underlying problem. Many people are likely to know someone who does this, and who probably goes to great lengths to hide it. It seems to remain a taboo subject. Depending on the person, this could be due to embarrassment or fear of what people may think. Misconceptions and an inability to understand often leave friends and family of the person not knowing how to deal with the problem.

The story of Michael Cyrus Marek and his struggles with depression, self injury, and anxiety.
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43. GR8FRIENDS / GR8MINDS Homepage
Find new nonjudgmental friends and people who care. Share your problems. Group tries to help people who suffer from anxiety, depression, and self injury.
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We are a group of online friends and a truly unique support group... We started out over a year ago with just our own private chat room on AOL and have grown since then to include our own site with over 20 members, our own domain name, subdomains, an Instant Messenger, and many more services. We try very hard to help each other out whenever and however we can. Please submit an application to join us today. It is a few simple questions, just so we can get to know a little about our newest members. We like meeting new friends! If you feel anxious, depressed, lonely, or just feel like chatting and don't really know where to turn, we may be able to help! You have nothing to lose and so much to gain!
We also provide some links to some great information about: DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, and SELF-INJURY! So join us today, and enjoy The Gr8friends Experience tomorrow!
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44. Self Injury Resources : The Zero 5.0laf - The Official Website Of Andrew Vachss
self injury Resources. Listings of and links to articles, agencies, organizationsand websites to find help and information concerning selfinjury
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ABC News , March 16, 2001 'Cutters' Learn How to Heal Their Scars
Los Angeles Times , April 6, 2002 Self-Inflicted Violence: Helping Those Who Hurt Themselves
Self-Help and Psychology , May 21, 1998
Healing , Spring/Summer 1998
Healing , Fall/Winter 1998 Self-Injury In Adolescents
Self-Injury No Longer Rare Among Teens

WebMD Medical News , November 21, 2000 Self-Injury Poorly Understood Problem CNN , September 5, 2000 return to the top ORGANIZATIONS/AGENCIES (click here for Articles/Information/Research) Self Abuse Finally Ends (S.A.F.E.) - Canada 735 Wonderland Road N., Suite 224 London, Ontario N6H 5N7 Canada Phone: (519) 657-6570 Info, referrals to treatment and support groups throughout Canada. Self-Injury Hotline Toll-free: 1-800-DONT-CUT Young People and Self-Harm National Children's Bureau 8 Wakley Street London EC1 VQE United Kingdom Phone: 020 7843 6000

45. Amas Veritas [dot] Com
Site of a girl dealing with depression, anorexia, PTSD, and self injury. Includes poetry, journal, books, quotes, an ezine, art, photography, lyrics, links, and a calorie counter.
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46. BrainTalk Communities - Self Injury
Communities Specific Neurological Conditions (M Z) Reload this Page SelfInjury Threads in Forum self injury, Forum Tools, Search this Forum

Essays, facts and pictures about eating disorders and self injury from a bulimic girl.
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48. Cutting/Self Injury
Discusses common myths and offers advice on stopping, telling someone and how tohelp a friend.
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Telling people that you self injure is scary. You don’t know how they will react. Oct 28, 2004, 17:56 Cutting/Self Injury If You Self-injure And Want To Stop WHY SHOULD YOU STOP? - Self-abuse causes damage to the body.

49. Self Injury
Cutting and self injury. self injury is a very complex behavior that no onefully understands or knows how to treat. Yet people do STOP harming
McMan's Depression and Bipolar Web Home Articles Links News ... Donate Knowledge is Necessity Guest author Amy Hillgren Peterson reveals the disturbing world of the cutter. "There were times where I would break glass and basically gouge myself with it." Main articles page. Go here More Behavior Articles Taking it Personally Drop Till You Shop Love and Lust Anger ... No Pleasure Self Injury I n my travels on the web and as a volunteer who answers emails for Mental Health Sanctuary, I have come across an increasing number of people, mostly women, who self-harm. It is estimated that up to 3 million Americans injure themselves, double 1997's figure. I believe it is the increased knowledge of mental disorders, including personality disorders, and their origins that have caused more people to come forward and seek help for their self-injurious behavior. Shelly, a young woman from Alabama, writes, "When I would cut, I would feel relieved, and when the blood was flowing it was like my pain was being released, it was like it was the way my body 'cried'. I often cut in situations that it would then be possible for me to get attention from others around me in. This I have come to know was my need to be nurtured. It was also about my need to control others and my environment when I was so out of control myself. I did not even know that what I was choosing to do in cutting was a) a choice and b) a result of my feeling vulnerable and out of control."

50. Counselling Service - Self Injury
The University of Reading and departmental websites. Injury.htm
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For further information and consultation ( 0118 975 1823 Reception [Northcourt Avenue] ( 0118 378 8658 Reception [Bulmershe Court]

This leaflet is written to provide information and help both to those who injure themselves intentionally and to those who try to support them. Self-injury can be considered as deliberately inflicting pain and/or injury to one's own body but which stops short of suicidal intent. The most common form of self-injury is cutting, often of the arms, hands or legs. Other common forms include burning or scalding, or some people inflict blows to their bodies. Scratching, scraping, biting, pulling out hair or eyelashes are also forms of self-injury. Sometimes a person can use several forms at once or at different times depending on their feelings. The Counselling Service sees many people each year for whom self-injury is a problem. Often it is not the reason a person initially seeks counselling but rather it emerges later as a real issue. At present females who deliberately injure themselves outnumber males by 9:1. One recent study of a university population found that eleven per cent of students questioned had deliberately cut themselves.

51. FictionPress.Com Profile : Dark Puddles
Touching poems from a young girl suffering from self injury and an eating disorder.
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reviews ... reviews "I love you still, I always will, even if it means you hurting me more"
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reviews "My heart’s pounding as I sit by you, I whisper in you’re ear."
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reviews ... reviews "Finding it harder to pick up the pen" - Please read and review... Thankyou xXx
Crumbling Beauties
reviews Stupid Mistakes reviews ... reviews "Turning on the water works, letting them see" -Pleeeeeeeeeaaaaaaasssseeeeeee R-R, Thanks My Realities A Mess reviews "Fast, binge, purge, my realities a mess" (anorexia theme) -Please read and review. Thanks Swallow Me Whole reviews "Drowning in your words, in your scent, wondering just where my heart went" -R-R mine and i'll R-R yours x Come With Me reviews "Starlit Dreamer can't you see" -Feel free to read and review xxx Nothing To Win reviews "Breaking me down, breaking me in, there's nothing to save, nothing to win" -Please please please read and review. Thanks very much

52. YouthResource: Sexual Health And Well Being: Self Injury
self injury is the act of deliberately harming your own body. Although allgenders self injure, selfinjury is more common among women.
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Self injury is the act of deliberately harming your own body. Self injuries are self inflicted wounds that are severe enough for tissue damage (such as scarring) to result(3). Are you hurting yourself? Do you intentionally try to harm yourself? Do you cause this harm to yourself as a way of dealing with unpleasant or overwhelming emotions, obsessive thoughts or disassociation? Do you think about harming yourself even when you are relatively calm and are not doing it at that moment(Martinson)? Do you find yourself doing these things, if so, you are not is available. Self-injury exists in many forms. According to the Bristol Crisis Service for Women, the most common form of self injury is cutting, usually minimally, but sometimes deeply. People may also burn themselves, punch themselves or hit their bodies against something, scratch, and interfere with wound healing. Some people pick their skin or pull out their hair. The Bristol Crisis Service for Women stated that self-injury is more widespread than is generally realized. All sorts of people self-injure. Although all genders self injure, self-injury is more common among women. Women from all socioeconomic classes, ethnicities, sexual orientations and ages are capable of becoming self injurers. Self injurers tend to strongly dislike themselves, are chronically angry at themselves, suppress their anger, do not plan for the future, exert depressive or suicidal behavior, and suffer chronic anxiety. According to Debra Martinson, women are not socialized to express violence externally thus women tend to vent on themselves. "Men act out. Women act out by acting in."

53. Self Injury -
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54. Self Injury
Selfinjury is the act of deliberately destroying body tissue, at times to change a Additionally, some adolescents who engage in self-injury may develop matters/self_injury.htm




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to CrescentLife ask the expert Self Injury in Adolescents Self-injury is the act of deliberately destroying body tissue, at times to change a way of feeling. Self-injury is seen differently by groups and cultures within society. This appears to have become more popular lately, especially in adolescents. The causes and severity of self-injury can vary. Some forms may include:
  • carving
  • scratching
  • branding
  • marking
  • picking and pulling skin and hair
  • burning/abrasions
  • cutting biting
  • head banging
  • bruising
  • hitting
  • tattooing
  • excessive body piercing
Some adolescents may self-mutilate to take risks, rebel, reject their parents' values, state their individuality or merely be accepted. Others, however, may injure themselves out of desperation or anger to seek attention, to show their hopelessness and worthlessness, or because they have suicidal thoughts. These children may suffer from serious psychiatric problems such as depression, psychosis, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Bipolar Disorder. Additionally, some adolescents who engage in self-injury may develop Borderline Personality Disorder as adults. Some young children may resort to self-injurious acts from time to time but often grow out of it. Children with mental retardation and/or autism may also show these behaviors which may persist into adulthood. Children who have been abused or abandoned may self-mutilate.

55. Self Injury
Personal page with links.
setAdGroup(''); var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded" Search: Lycos Tripod Dukes of Hazzard Share This Page Report Abuse Edit your Site ... Next Self-Injury I used to think that I was the only one that cut myself. That I was really demented because I would slice my own flesh with a razor. Well, that's not totally true either, because I had a friend in high school who used to cut as well, and we would occasionally compare scratches. Except she used to tell everyone about it, while I would be discrete, hiding my secret shame, wondering what was wrong with me. Then I started to work at a residential treatment facility. There I found out several residents would cut on themselves, and therefore were labeled (damn labels) Borderline Personality Disorder ( BPD ). And this pissed me off, because I do not have a borderline personality disorder, and it seemed rather shallow to label all those who cut with such a tag. So I set out searching for some answers. First I read everything I could about BPD, to assure that was indeed not my problem. And then I discovered the internet. I am not alone! and neither are you!!

56. - Free Remotely Hosted Message Boards
Forums for those suffering or recovering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and compulsive overeating. Special forums for older women and men with an eating disorder. There are also support boards for sufferers of depression, self injury, victims of sexual and physical abuse, and rape.
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57. Secret Cutting And The Pain Behind Self Injury
Information on selfinjury, survival of SI, resources, rants/journal, poetry and a personal story.
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This is a page dedicated to Self Injury, specifically cutting. This is a companion site to the support group, Second Chances and I maintain both pages jointly. This site deals with in the information side of things and Second Chances provides the support. At this site, Finally, the most important fact that I shall impart onto
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58. Home
A site on anorexia, bulimia, depression, OCD and self injury. Offering support and understanding, plus personal stories poetry, art, and a photo gallery.
Eating Disorder Awareness and Education Welcome to the Wobbly World of Anorexia, Bulimia and BED Weight and scale obsessions are frequent in eating disorders. Sometimes people avoid the scale entirely, developing a fear of the scale and  its powerful mood inducing effects. Introduction Who we are, our Goals, our Mission, our Hopes Welcome to The Eating Disorder Awareness and Education website. This is a new website, a new rebirth for what used to be Anorexics Anonymous. ** You will find little of what remains of the old site here, all information has been re-written. This site aims primarily to be an educational site, bringing awareness and more scientifically based knowledge to the general population in an easy to understand and concise way. Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder. If you have found your way to this site, no doubt you have heard of one of these disorders in some way, perhaps you are looking for information about a loved one, for a school project, for yourself. There is a lot of information available on the World Wide Web attempting to define, explain and demystify these disorders, however very little of it is consistent and much of it has little basis in scientific research. This site attempts to give you a comprehensive, easy to understand and concise  definition and explanation of these disorders as well as routes to treatment all based on peer reviewed journals, and books published by experts in the field.

59. Self Injury
The personal Blog of Wedge, many links posted.
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Self-harm at Wiki

This page on SH is unique in the way it is editable by anyone, even you, so go along and see if there's anything you feel that needs adding!
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Tuesday, July 27, 2004 New figures reveal hidden epidemic of self-harm From the Independent Newspaper and Website. I have to ask, why is a Government body sifting through such hospital figures when the Samaritans and the National Investigation ( have or will be researching such stuff? 1:14 PM Thursday, January 29, 2004 Google Directory - Health > Mental Health > Disorders > Impulse Control > Self Injury > Personal Pages
I'm fine, really I am
It's odd, in the last month I've delivered four Talks about SI, to Doctors and to Welfare Officers (et al.) and I've been hurting myself in between. It's like I can stand there and passionatly talk about the syndrome of self injury, and how hard it is for most people to talk about it, or ask for any kind of help. My audience looks at me, and what do they see? Confidence, Charisma, Charm and Good Humour (I hope!) and yet I'm still screaming inside, I'm still stuck with a limited emotional vocabualry and I stiill feel misunderstood and invalidated.

60. Understanding Self Injury: A Guide For Trauma Survivors
Understanding self injury A Guide for Trauma Survivors By John Briere, DavidCalof and Dusty Miller. This program, which features David Calof, Dusty Miller
How you can help Understanding Self Injury: A Guide for Trauma Survivors
By John Briere, David Calof and Dusty Miller
This program, which features David Calof, Dusty Miller, Ed.D., and John N. Briere, Ph.D., is intended for lay audiences and will help clients see their behavior as an adaptive response to the overwhelming pain they carry with them. At the same time it will provide hopeful signposts for ameliorating and terminating harmful behaviors. Trauma survivors are advised to view this video with appropriate support. To buy this videotape online: Fill in number of copies desired and click the "Add to cart" button. You can also print out a text copy of our order form if you prefer to buy by phone or fax. Order Code: CAUSI
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