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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

1. Self Injury
with eating disorders also engage in the act of selfinjury. Just like the eating disorders are used up feelings and emotions. Self-injury is probably the most widely misunderstood
Many people with eating disorders also engage in the act of self-injury. Just like the eating disorders are used to help the individual cope, the act of injuring oneself is also used to help cope with, block out, and release built up feelings and emotions. Self-injury is probably the most widely misunderstood forms of self harm and there are many myths associated with it, which can make it difficult for people to reach out and ask for help. Self-injury (self-harm, self-mutilation) can be defined as the attempt to deliberately cause harm to one's own body and the injury is usually severe enough to cause tissue damage. This is not a conscious attempt at suicide, though some people may see it that way. It has been reported that many people who self-injure have a history of sexual or physical abuse, but that is not always the case. Some may come from broken homes, alcoholic homes, have emotionally absent parents, etc. There are many factors that could cause someone to self-injure as a way to cope. There are three types of self-injury. The rarest and most extreme form is Major self-mutilation. This form usually results in permanent disfigurement, i.e. castration or limb amputation. Another form is Stereo typic self-mutilation which usually consists of head banging, eyeball pressing and biting. The third and most common form is Superficial self-mutilation which usually involves cutting, burning, hair-pulling, bone breaking, hitting, interference with wound healing and basically any method used to harm oneself.

2. THE Self Harm Community
Biographies, poetry, essays, resources, and articles regarding selfharm, self-injury, self-destruction, and self-abuse.
Self Mutilation / Self Harm / Self Injury
Welcome to...
THE Self Harm Community.
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Welcome to - One of the biggest and best Self Harm communities on the Net. We strongly believe in a free and open atmosphere here - and our non-judgemental approach to all things has helped thousands of people already. Come in and join us! - if you Self-Harm, suffer from an Eating Disorder, suffer from depression, Bi Polar or just feel like not being judged and branded - then your welcome here...
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Welcome to - One of the biggest and best Self Harm communities on the Net. We strongly believe in a free and open approach here - and our non-judgemental approach has helped thousands of people already. Come in and join us - if you Self-Harm, suffer from an Eating Disorder, suffer from depression, Bi Polar or just feel like not being judged and branded - you are sure to find what you want here!
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3. Self Injury
self injury. Self mutilation also known as selfinjury, skin cutting, parasuicide or 'trauma reenactment syndrome', has remained one of the most hidden aspects of many survivors' lives and one of the
Self Injury
Self mutilation also known as self-injury, skin cutting, parasuicide or 'trauma reenactment syndrome', has remained one of the most hidden aspects of many survivors' lives and one of the least understood effects of trauma. It may involve cutting, burning, bone breaking, hitting, head banging, hair pulling or any other temporary or permanent injury that causes pain or marking. Persons who exhibit this type of behavior may prefer the term 'sib', short for 'self injurious behavior'. A large percentage of child sexual abuse victims use this coping mechanism, however, not all persons who SI were abused. One of the most difficult aspects of SI to deal with is health professional's not understanding the underlying causes. You and I SI to help cope with pain that would otherwise be unbearable. Many, but not all, health professionals see SI as 'attention getting', but we don't SI to get attention. What to do? SI is usually a form of control. We do it do demonstrate, to ourselves, that we have control over ourselves. Sometimes the sight of our blood 'brings us back'. Sometimes we SI and need professional treatment (stitches, etc). Did you cut too deep? When that happens it's difficult to find someone who will treat the immediate injury without judging you. They shunt you off to the 'crazy section'. They think you are trying to kill yourself or are trying to 'get attention', and neither of these things could be further from the truth.

4. Borderline, Self Injury And Medication (Sanne's Brain)
Site with general information, links, and stories about borderline personality disorder, self injury and related topics. In English and Danish.


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5. SAFE - Help Treat, Prevent & Stop Self-Injury, Self-Abuse & Cutting
self injury includes 1) cutting; 2) scratching 3) picking scabs or interferingwith wound healing; 4) burning;5) punching self or objects;6) infecting oneself

Self Injurious behavior
is defined as deliberate, repetitive, impulsive, non-lethal harming of one's body. Self injury includes: 1) cutting; 2) scratching: 3) picking scabs or interfering with wound healing; 4) burning;5) punching self or objects;6) infecting oneself; 7) inserting objects in body openings;8) bruising or breaking bones; 9) some forms of hair pulling, as well as other various forms of bodily harm. The behaviors, which pose serious risks, may be symptoms of a mental health problem that can be treated. Incidence and onset. It is estimated that self- injurers represent nearly one percent of the population, with a higher proportion of females than males. The typical onset of self- harming acts is at puberty. The behaviors often last for five to ten years but can persist much longer without appropriate treatment. Background of self-injurers: In general, persons seeking treatment are usually from a middle to upperclass background, of average to high and intelligence, and have low self-esteem. Nearly fifty percent report physical and or sexual abuse during his or her child. Many report (as high as 90 %) that they were discouraged from expressing emotions, particularly, anger and sadness.

6. 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.
Anorexia and Self Injury
[Most Recent Entries] [Calendar View] [Friends] Below are the most recent journal entries recorded in Anorexia and Self Injury 's LiveJournal:
    Monday, May 31st, 2004 11:48 pm

    Another episode....
    I feel empty. It's probably the Borderline Personality Disorder again, tied to the fact that tomorrow I have finals, and when finals are over I am out of high school....maybe. If I pass, which shouldn't be a problem. Argh...I feel empty, I hate feeling this way. Smoke a cigarette on an empty stomach and multiply it by fifteen and you will get to where I'm at. I feel lost, alone, empty....I can't even describe it. I know if I cut or burn I'll feel something, but it gets tiring, doing the same thing. If I drive fast, if I run around the block, I'll feel something, but I don't feel like moving. I feel nothing. I don't want to move. One time I was so suicidal, but I didn't feel like getting up, so I just stayed. Yeah. Good thing for me being lazy. But I've got to go to bed soon and since my mom and I share a room I'll just wait for her to go to bed so she won't walk in on me doing's bad enough that she knows, but for her to actually see me do it, I don't dislike her that much.
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    Hi. I need your help, please!

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Personal site from a young woman suffering from eating disorders with dairy, writings and photos. Contains sections about proeating disorders, general eating disorders, food and nutrition, self injury, as well as other related issues, like abuse, rape, suicide.
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8. Self-Injury Site: A Healing Touch
SelfInjury. Self-Mutilation. Expert information, self-injury supportgroups, chat, journals, and self injury support lists.
A Healing Touch
Home About Me About Self-Injury Reasons ...
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Healing Touch
A Self-Injury Website
Welcome to A Healing Touch, a self-injury website. This site is designed as a reference point for members of our mail list, and others who self-injure, or know others who self injure. Self injury is the general term used to describe self-inflicted pain or injury on oneself. Most commonly this is in the form of cutting or burning, but there are many other forms of self-injury. Self injury is often linked to depression, and is - simply expressed - a coping mechanism. For many people, self injury (or self-mutilation) is not a widely recognized habit. This can make it extremely difficult to find the support and help that is so essential for self injurers. But there is help out there, and this site is designed to provide a little of that help, along with further links to on and offline resources... top home about me about self-injury ...
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9. Blood Red: A Self Injury Site, Self-Mutilation Site
All about self injury, selfmutilation. What is self-injury? Why dopeople self injure, self-harm? How to stop. What is Self-Injury?
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Home About Me Who Cuts? Why? ...
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Every night I burn
Every night I call your name
Every night I burn
Every night I fall again

Burn - The Cure If you Self Injure, you are not the only one! What is Self-Injury?
Self Injury (SI) is a coping mechanism, just like smoking cigarettes, alcoholism, drug abuse, overeating, anorexia, bulimia, over-exercising, etc. "Self-injury is a self-preservation technique for many cutters; the self-mutilation relieves anxiety and/or depersonalization symptoms which could lead to psychosis or suicide if not alleviated. Self-harm can be focusing, calming. It can give a person a feeling of control over their lives and their bodies which they have experienced no other way. People trying to help cutters should not try to take this coping mechanism away from the cutters without helping them first come to terms with things that trigger incidents and learning new, healthier coping mechanisms with which to replace the old ones." "For many self-injurers, self-mutilation seems the only appropriate response to the state of the world and to how they're feeling about it and about themselves. Many self-injurers are extremely intelligent, sensitive, and creative people who have a hypersensitivity to the world around them."

10. Self Injury - Information And Resources
self injury Information and Resources. Information and resources aboutself injury and self harm. self injury, self harm, selfinjury, selfharm.
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11. Self Injury Pictures
WARNING These self injury Pictures are extremely triggering and graphicalin nature many people will find them distressing and not helpful.
WARNING... These Self Injury Pictures are extremely triggering and graphical in nature - many people will find them distressing and not helpful. If you are not sure how you will react to view the pictures - or feel they may lead to self harm or self mutilation then please do not view them. We are not a pro self harm website and will not encourage self mutilation or self harm at any time. So Why do you have these pictures on the Website? These images are not helpful to everyone - I know that - and it worries me - but many people also benefit greatly from having them. It brings it to reality - it 100% proves to them that they are not alone in what they do. It scares some people. Others often feel they are put off by these pictures - and this distracts them from harming themselves. Others like to know what other people in the community are going through - it brings them closer - they feel they can share their pain better when they can relate to what they are all doing... But as I said - this is not the case for everyone - I can do no more than provide these warnings - and can take no responsibility for how you feel about them if you choose to ignore these warnings

12. I'll Stand By You
This is a site for teens and young adults who are suffering from depression, suicidal thoughts and self injury. Get advice or come support others.
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Crossroads to Recovery
A Help Website for Those who Suffer from Depression
Please Come in and Make Yourself at Home
"I'll Stand by You"

Counselling Service. self injury. Resorting to self injury is a way of both indicatingthat difficulties exist and is also an attempt to cope with the problems.
Counselling Service
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.

14. LifeSIGNS Home
self injury Guidance and Network Support, a UK based Voluntary Organisation forthe support of people effected by SI. find out more at
Home LifeSIGNS Introduction Helping You What SI is ... Administration
LifeSIGNS Home
We aim to support people who are effected by Self Injurous behaviour within the United Kingdom and beyond.
Newsflash! the SIAD 2004 Booklet is now available for free download and to purchase!
Newsflash! we have a beautiful Message Board open to you all, please Register and join us at the LifeSIGNS Message Board Life SIGNS is an Unincorporated Voluntary Organisation that was founded in 2002, please see the Introduction to find out more about what we do. Self injury seems more prevalent than ever before, and yet, for the people effected by SI, it is a very lonely and frightening experience. We hope that by raising awareness we can reduce the fear associated with SI, and support people in the choices they make.
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15. Survivor Search Engine | Escaping Hades: A Rape And Sexual Abuse Survivor's Site
A collection of links for survivors, including information on suicide, eating disorders, self injury, Depression and PTSD.
Search the web Search
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The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network's Rape Crisis Hotline at:
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If You Need Help Now
Suicide Call Covenant House's Nineline - a Crisis Intervention and Prevention Hotline at: connect with other survivors, find help, and learn to heal

16. LifeSIGNS Self Injury Awareness Day
self injury Guidance and Network Support, a UK based Voluntary Organisation forthe support of people effected by SI. self injury Awareness Day. 1st of March.
Home LifeSIGNS Introduction Helping You What SI is ... Administration
SIAD 2004
Self Injury Awareness Day
1st of March
SIA Booket 2004
The LifeSIGNS SIA Booklet 2004 is now available! The final and approved version has a Foreword by Dr Neil Burley, MB ChB, Psychiatrist and is aimed at Health Care Workers, Family, Friends and Teachers of People Who Harm Themselves, and self injurers themselves. A Paypal transaction ID look something like: ID Number 8Y376290FP3171619 If you have any payment queries please email You may also Download the SIA Booklet for free , please note that it needs to be printed on A5 paper, not the usual A4.
Self Injury Awareness Booklet
The Word Document is 165Kb, the PDf is 320Kb, the OpenOffice file is 76Kb A LifeSIGNS member has had the idea to write to their MP, perhaps we could all contact our local Members of Parliament and ask that they raise SI Awareness.

17. Silent All These Years
Personal stories about depression, abuse and self injury.

18. 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 disorders.


These are Self Injury Resources.
Please also see:
Anxiety Related
Crisis Intervention Depression
Dissociative Disorders
... General Mental Health Resources Articles
(click here for Resources) Cutting Signals Need for Emotional Help
[] Reprint from, March 16, 2001. 'Cutters' Learn How to Heal Their Scars [] Article reprint from the Los Angeles Times , April 6, 2002. Self-Inflicted Harm in the Sexual Trauma Client [] Self-harm and sexual trauma: issues, diagnosis, treatment. Self-Inflicted Violence [] Reprint from Self-Help and Psychology magazine regarding self-injury. [] Article from KidsPeace, self-injury among children and youth. Self-Injurious Behavior Treatment [] Article from KidsPeace, self-injury treatment information.

19. Self Injury -
self injury Information and Resources. These pages have MOVED. andare now located at. http// Please
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20. 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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