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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. 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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42. MadMan------>Syntribo<------The Man Behind The Mask
The story of Michael Cyrus Marek and his struggles with depression, self injury, and anxiety.
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43. Let's Talk About Self Injury - Things That Can Kill You - Aboriginal Youth Netwo
self injury. self injury is the voluntary physical abuse or mutilation of oneself. Thereare three types of self injury Major self mutilation is permanent (ie.
Self Injury Self injury is the voluntary physical abuse or mutilation of oneself. Self injuries a re deliberate acts of abuse against yourself. There are three types of self injury:
  • Major self mutilation is permanent (ie. amputation) Stereotypic self abuse includes activities such as biting and banging heads Superficial self abuse includes examples of burning, cutting, pulling hair
While there is a vast problem in our youth population, it is a topic that is quite often overlooked. And quite often the problem is not so much about the actual acts of self abuse, though it certainly puts you in danger to inflict pain and hurt on your body. Remember that there is a larger picture behind self abuse, and this lets us understand the motives or reasons why someone might want to hurt themselves. Do you know of anyone who tries to hurt themselves? Can you think of any ways they may have tried to hurt themselves? We have come across some fairly common examples of self abuse among youth. These are just some of the examples that we have heard of and seem to be common in our young population. Forms of self injury that seem to be common in younger children (ages 3-11 yrs.):

44. Self Injury A Life Long Struggle
Information about selfinjury and alternatives. A message board, poetry and personal stories.
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Note: If you are suicidal, call your Emergency Services (911) or look in the telephone directory under "Suicide" or "Crisis Hotline" for help. Internet resources are NOT a substitute for proper crisis intervention and treatment. Also called: Self-harm Other topics of interest on
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    Description: A moderated message board offering "self-help and support for people who self-harm".
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Essays, facts and pictures about eating disorders and self injury from a bulimic girl.
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47. Mental Health Disorders - Self Injury
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Subtopics: Self Injury > Chats and Forums Self Injury > Personal Pages Self Injury > Resources Related Topics: Mental Health/Disorders/Impulse Control/Trichotillomania Message Boards and Online Support Groups: - The Women's Network : Self-Injury Health News: Search millions of published articles for news on Mental Health Disorders - Self Injury Modern Medicine Aging The Ardell Wellness Report HealthFacts Medical Post Medical Update Men's Health and the National Women's Health Report Note: Subscription required to access the full text of articles. Web Directory: Secret Shame Comprehensive self-injury site; review of psychological literature, suggestions to help you limit or stop your self-harm, help for families/friends, personal experience, extensive references, list of treatment resources, and support mailing list.

48. BrainTalk Communities - Self Injury
Threads in Forum self injury, Forum Tools, Search this Forum. son self injuryproblem. baydayx. 0512-2004 0716 PM by stillvdw Go to last post. 3, 35.

49. Self Injury.Net
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50. Eating Disorder Support Forums >> We Have Moved >> Http://EDSupportForums.proboa
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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Moderator: Alex Apr 30 th by Alex General Eating Disorder Discussion Board Discuss your emotions and issues surrounding your battle and recovery from an eating disorder Moderator: Alex May 27 th by Alex Anorexia Nervosa Discuss issues related to living with Anorexia Moderator: Alex Apr 30 th by Alex Bulimia Nervosa Discuss issues related to living with Bulimia Moderator: Alex May 27 th by Alex Anorexia and Bulimia Discuss issues related to living with Anorexia and Bulimia Moderator: Alex Apr 30 th by Alex Compulsive Overeating Discuss issues related to living with Compulsive Overeating and Binge Eating Disorder Moderator: Alex Apr 30 th by Alex Older Women and Eating Disorders Discuss issues related to older women and eating disorders Moderator: Alex Apr 30 th by Alex Anorexia/Bulimia Recovery For those in recovery or who have recovered from Anorexia and/or Bulimia Moderator: Alex Apr 30 th by Alex Compulsive Overeating Recovery For those in recovery or who have recovered from Compulsive Overeating and Binge Eating Disorder Moderator: Alex Apr 30 th by Alex Men with Eating Disorders For issues specifically related to men who are living with Anorexia, Bulimia and Compulsive Overeating

51. 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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52. Mental Health Matters: Self Help Center: Self Injury
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  • Fall From Grace: Diary of a Self-Injurer : It is impossible to understand what goes on in the mind of a self-injurer unless you are a self-injurer. I self-injure and I created this page to help people understand more about it and to let people know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. This is my diary, my real-life story, more honest than anything else I've ever written.

53. Anorexics Anonymous - Anorexia, Bulimia And Related Mental Health
A site on anorexia, bulimia, depression, OCD and self injury. Offering support and understanding, plus personal stories poetry, art, and a photo gallery.
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54. Virtual Children's Hospital: Pediatric Psychiatry: Self Injury And Aggression In
Assessment and Treatment of self injury and Aggression with Personswho have Developmental Disorders Frequently Asked Questions.
Assessment and Treatment of Self Injury and Aggression with Persons who have Developmental Disorders: Frequently Asked Questions
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Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed What are the basic approaches to accessing individuals who are displaying self-injury? In terms of assessing those who display self-injury, we have learned that the reason for self-injury, what we refer to as the function, is more important than the form or the appearance of the behavior itself. Therefore, when an individual comes to our clinic, we conduct an assessment called a functional analysis. A functional analysis literally means that we are assessing the function that the behavior serves the individual. There are two major categories of functions: social functions refer to behavior that is maintained by reinforcers in the environment. The most common reinforcers are gaining attention, preferred items, and escape from demands. The second category is biologic functions, and these refer to behaviors that occur in response to biologic events such as pain. What types of clinical services do you offer for individuals who display severe behavior problems?

55. Self Injury
self injury in Adolescents Selfinjury is the act of deliberately destroying bodytissue, at times to change a way of feeling. Why do adolescents self-injure? 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.

56. YouthResource: Sexual Health And Well Being: Self Injury
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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."

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58. Self-Injury FAQs
FAQ s Underestanding self injury. FAQ What is self-injury? A Self-injury coversa lot of different things. Eating disorders are also a form of self-injury.
  • What is self-injury? How common is self-injury? Who self-injures? What are some risk factors for starting to use self-injury as a coping strategy? ... Why don’t people seek help?
  • FAQ: What is self-injury? A: Self-injury covers a lot of different things. It includes all the different ways that you can physically hurt yourself. Self-injury falls on a continuum with some things being more socially acceptable than others. For example, smoking, drugs or excessive alcohol use are really forms of self injury in that they cause physical damage to your body, however, parts of society have decided that these things are more acceptable. Piercing and tattoos would be considered a bit more self-injurious but still acceptable to a large part of society. What is more traditionally referred to as self-injury can include cutting, burning, picking scabs, pulling hair, over dosing, banging your head, punching walls and even breaking bones. Eating disorders are also a form of self-injury. Most people who self-injure use multiple methods. They are usually very good at hiding the results or explaining them away. Self-injury is an addiction. Everyone does something that could be considered to be self-injury by this broad definition. It is just that society finds some methods more acceptable than other ones.

    59. Self Injury Fact Sheet
    Secret Scars Uncovering and Understanding the Addiction of SelfInjury.Buy Search self injury Fact Sheet. source Deb Martinson.
    Secret Scars: Uncovering and Understanding the Addiction of Self-Injury
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    What is self-injury? Why would people deliberately hurt themselves? Why can't they stop? What can I do to help? These question are asked and answered in Secret Scars, a revealing look at the addiction of self-injury. Self-injury is one of the fastest growing health problems among teenage girls today. Despite its prevalence, however, self-injury remains a behavior shrouded in mystery and misconceptions. Secret Scars is a ground breaking book that demystifies self-injury by explaining it as an addiction.
    Bodily Harm: The Breakthrough Healing Program for Self-Injurers
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    Written by the directors of S.A.F.E. Alternatives, a self-injury treatment program, "Bodily Harm" is an authoritative examination of this alarming syndrome, offering a comprehensive treatment regimen.
    Bodies Under Siege: Self Mutilation and Body Modification in Culture and Psychiatry CA UK Buy Now ISBN-0801853001 Description: University of Missouri, Columbia. Second edition of a presentation of the author's theory on the acts of self-mutilation, for therapists. Previous edition 1987. Discusses the relationship between the act of self-injury and self-healing.

    60. Eating Disorder Recovery Center - Your Internet Site For Eating Disorders And Su
    self injury What is selfinjury? Self-injury is also called the new age anorexia, the practice of self-abuse or mutilating behavior is on the rise.

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