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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

161. Showing Our Scars 2.0
Community with chat. Information on selfinjury, first aid and the self-injury bill of rights.
Sorry, download Macromedia Flash to see the menu. =Information= First-Aid Who SI's? SI Bill of Rights Response ... Alternatives =COMMUNITY= Application Member Profiles Our Stories Our Poetry Messageboard VOICEBRIDGE Calendar =Website= Contact Website Poll Welcome to Showing Our Scars 2.0, a site dedicated to supporting individuals and families dealing with Self-Injury. Before continuing, I would like to express my appreciation to for the original Showing Our Scars content on this site. Now I am pleased to assume responsibility for maintaining this important site. Here, you will find information, support and stories from other self-injurers and survivors, and you will have the opportunity to join this unique support community. Please make yourself at home, take off your shoes, and let all this world's troubles slip from your shoulders into emptiness. If you're looking for the famous SOS Self-Injury Voicebridge, you've come to the right place too. Click one of the links to learn more about how you can join us every other week to discuss issues and socialize with people who know what you're going through. Note - All memberships will be subject to my judgment. I will accept and support everyone that desires it, but will not tolerate those looking to exploit and harass others. (Including collecting addresses for mailing lists, advertising, and other forms of unsolicited mail and spam.) This site is here to inform, support, and protect, not for promotional or commercial gain. Sometimes the writings of survivors may express situations or feelings which may be quite intense or even graphic, but we give warnings so that other survivors can choose whether or not to risk being triggered.

162. Secret Shame (self-injury Information And Support)
selfinjury books, no frames.
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163. Self-Injury Index Brought To You By Depression Home Page
selfinjury Index. *** WARNING ***. I received all of the self-injury informationfrom an excellant source found here
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164. Index
Focuses on selfinjury but also offers information on child abuse, domestic violence, and depression. Includes on poetry, art and personal stories.
welcome to the old familiar sting... this site is a personal site about self injury and about the abuse i've suffered at the hands of various people......ect...... all the things featured on this site is all that i have had to deal with..... if you are a self injurer or an abusive survivor please be careful will browsing the pages as some of the material might be triggering if you have any questions or comments my email address can be found inside this page... please do not hesitate to ask ...... ** this page is just written by a plain and simple grrl i am not a professional and can not give professional advice** FYI this page is in frames....... click the WORDS to enter the old familiar sting

165. Cut & Scratch
Information and support on the topic of selfinjury.
!!! WARNING !!! This site contains much triggering information
and graphics. Please be SAFE when entering CnS

166. Index
Information on selfinjury and other mental health issues, including eating disorders and suicide.
Shut the window of the past and open the door to your future!
The site is updated daily and new information is added frequently, so be sure to check back often!
WELCOME TO END ALL THE PAIN! was created to make available much needed information on a variety
of issues

situations in one way or the other. The purpose of is to provide
awareness and information on a variety of sensitive topics while providing support in a
safe environment. This is a place where you can gather information that you may not feel
comfortable talking about openly.
Another objective of creating is to provide an encouraging understanding ,and
healthy place to go for the tough questions you have regarding what you have experienced, or what you may be going through right now. The goal is for you to discover how to overcome whatever you are struggling with by coming to the root of the problem . You will then be able to go forward, living the life intended for you! You will learn how to overcome whatever you are struggling or battling with. (the information provided can be considered a supplement, but is NOT to substitute for professional help)

167. Conference Events At Pavilion Publishing
Therapeutic Interventions in selfinjury. About the conference. Working with peoplewho self-injure is one of the most challenging issues in mental health care.

168. Prevent Youth Violence, Self-injury And Suicide
Prevent youth violence, selfinjury and suicide. From the July-August1999 issue of Seeds for the Parish . Part two of a series called
Prevent youth violence, self-injury and suicide From the July-August 1999 issue of "Seeds for the Parish" Part two of a series called "Nurture faith through life transitions." Our communities have come face to face with the tragedy of youth violence. School shootings like the massacre in Littleton, CO, gang activities, hate crimes and statistics that affirm the reality youth suicide and self-injury are leading society to examine its role in shaping and confronting youth violence toward themselves and others. Yet it is our church that is uniquely equipped to reach the heart of human needs that can result in violence. Anger is the primary emotion that manages experiences that challenge our perspectives, dreams or ideals. Like a flashing yellow light, anger prompts us to identify the conflict and find an appropriate resolution. Without effective coping skills and reality checks, anger will remain, covering the pain of insecurity, alienation, disillusionment, disregard or ongoing conflict. When anger is left unresolved, it intensifies and may be projected inward or outward to find an expression beyond reason. How can your congregation help?

169. Secrets Swollen So Sore: A Self-Injury Information Site
Web Site Hosting This site is hosted by free web hosting Reseller Hosting. Let me in, and let me go Tell me that
Web Site Hosting fre e web hosting ... Reseller Hosting "Let me in, and let me go
Tell me that I need to know
Swallow the key
You feel compelled
But it's far too late to
Try and tell me now
So I'll try to suck it out
Open mouth feels warm
Secrets swollen so sore
We all know, and we can't ask why
You turned into an ugly butterfly... The words that I've forgotten know Try to come but can't come out." Swallowtail - Finger Eleven

170. SELF - HARM
Personal account of selfinjury and the effect on the author's life.
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SELF - HARM So Why Self Harm? SAVAGE Contact Me FATHER'S GIFT ... UPDATED MY WEB PAGE 14_ 10_ 02 Welcome to my personal web site!
Welcome To My Home Page The following pages are an explanation of how I started self-harming, i.e., cutting and what lay behind the need to cut as well as the sensations felt when cutting. I hope these pages will be of help to understanding and shedding some light on a disturbing subject. There is also some information on medication used to treat people who self - harm.
Web Site Author.
My name is James Loughlin and. I live in Birmingham UK. I have had long term treatment for depression and anxiety as well as alcohol and drug abuse. I am currently doing computer studies at a Birmingham college. My great loves in life are reading and nature.
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171. How And Why I Stopped Self-Harming
A life story on stopping selfinjury, understanding and overcoming problems.
How and Why I Stopped Self-Harming
Firstly, I began to cut as a means of soothing my aggravated feelings for which there was no connected feeling and virtually no conscious understanding for years. I began to cut around the age of 17, when I left home and was in College. I was living in a dorm and was extemely stressed and unable to cope with all of the people I lived in close quarters with. I cut, usually with razor blades and there were times where I would break glass and basically gouge myself with it. Many times the latter efforts required stitches. When I would cut I would be so stressed, so aggitated, and feel so overwhelmed and helpless, though for years the only "feeling" I could identify was ANGER, I knew I was angry and that I was very aggitated. I didn't know that I was as detached from my feelings and indeed myself as it turns out I now know I was. I was not able to cry. I was not particularily into journalling. I would not talk to people about my problems. If I was forced to talk to anyone I would lie about stuff. Half the time I wasn't sure what was real and what wasn't. I had no idea how to be personally responsible for myself, my feelings, my pain or how to meet any of my own needs. I used people and I hurt people and I hurt myself. 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.

172. Self-Injury At
selfinjury. Welcome to the self-injury Support Group Forums eSupportGroups providesa free message board community for those seeking self-injury support.
Welcome to the Self-Injury Support Group Forums
eSupportGroups provides a free message board community for those seeking self-injury support. Our forums are open to anyone whose life is affected, directly or indirectly, by self-injury. You are encouraged to share your experiences with self-injury so that others in a similar situation may benefit. Please keep all posts sensitive to the nature of self-injury and please be respectful to the other members of the board. Ask a Question About Self-Injury
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Currently Active Topics Cut (t?) i'm in for it. excuses on why you do it? i screwed up (trig) rant 'bout my SI (possiable trigger, sorry) ... Welcome-Self Injury Board / what to do if you feel suicidal
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173. Selfinjury
Recovery thoughts and alternatives offered by a recovering selfinjurer and former S.A.F.E. Alternatives patient.
Self-Injury Recovery IS possible A Recovery Program Touchable Tools I am creating this as a resource for people recovery bound. My goal is not education or destigmanization, just to help people like myself who are recovering self-injurers. All the tools you will find here I use or I know people who use them successfully. You won't find any quick fixes, so if you want quick fixes go somewhere else and they'll tell you how to put "bandaids" over the impulses. You will also find that I will attempt to keep this page as "trigger free" as possible. Stay S.A.F.E.!!!!!! My Story Alternatives Lies they tell you Therapy ... Why people self-injure

174. Red Tears
A personal site dealing with selfinjury containing poetry and an on-line journal.
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Welcome to my little corner of the world. I wanted to create a page to share my thoughts/feelings and experiences as a self injurer with others, both other self injurers and people who are looking to learn more about and understand people who self injure. This is my first attepmt at a web page so please be patient and bear with me. I plan to add more SI links in the near future, there are some really wonderful sites out there. The icon next to the link to my journal will change each time I write an entry (I get tired of the little updated icon and I don't get the chance to write regularly).
Still more time has passed. Only writing because I was here to add a link anyway and thought that I should update a little. I don't think this site will ever get updated the way I was intending due to lack of time from having a 1 year old to chase after and the fact that working on it tends to put me in a triggery state. Perhaps someday I will eventually get this all nice and current in a totally different incarnation. We shall see. Only real update is to say that I made it through my mom's passing without cutting only because there is something seriously wrong in my head. But that is a whole other can of worms. Which you can check out some of it in my LiveJournal at Hopefully someone might get something somewhat useful here in it's limbo state. Current e-mail address is still

175. Yahoo! GeoCities - PsychoDolphin's Twisted World
A story of selfinjury. Includes a diary, SI links and resources, poetry, writings, and lyrics.
Welcome to my little hellhole. This page has my lyrics, poetry, writings, and story of my fight with self-injury. Enjoy! Or if you don't, then get out, I don't care, and don't come back. :-P
If you know me offline, be warned before entering this page. I bare ALL here and hide nothing. If you think you can take it, go ahead, but don't say I didn't tell you so. I don't think any of my rl friends would want to see the things I have here. ALSO some of the content of my page is potentially triggering for those who self injure. In addition to that, don't enter if you're easily offended by swearing or similar stuff. That's it, be warned.
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176. It's My Life . Emotions . Depression . Suicide And Self-Injury | PBS Kids
selfinjury is when a person physically hurts himself or herself onpurpose. When someone who is clinically depressed does this, it
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Have you or someone you know ever dealt with clinical depression?
Suicide is a scary word, but here's what you should know about it. Most people who are clinically depressed do not commit suicide, but they are more at risk for it. You may have heard people say things like, "Someone who talks about killing himself or herself will never actually do it." This is important: thinking about, talking
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Suicide and Self-Injury From the Mentors about, or trying suicide is ALWAYS SERIOUS. If you or a friend is doing any of these, talk to a trusted adult IMMEDIATELY. If you're worried that someone close to you may be thinking about suicide, watch for these warning signs:
  • Talking, reading, or writing about suicide or death.
  • Talking about feeling worthless or helpless.
  • Saying things like, "I'm going to kill myself," "I wish I were dead," or "I shouldn't have been born."

177. Far Beyond The Pale
A smattering of writings on selfinjury, abuse, depression, and living well despite it all.
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178. But A Dream Within A Dream
A personal account of selfinjury and links.
My Take On Things This is a page about me..... and what I do. Self-Harm is an issue which unfortunatly is surrounded with myth and ignorence I'm not proud of many of the things I've done, but I'm not ashamed either. This is my story, my life. All I ask of you is to read with an open mind, and an open heart. These are pieces of me here for all to see, and many have never seen the light of day before. So please, tread lightly..... for you tread on my dreams. Please make yourself safe before reading this, some may trigger although I hope it won't. And I Bleed.......
Pieces Of Me

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Journal... October
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I will be adding more as soon as i can Some places that offer help, or at least understanding. Stronger.... personal help site
Secret Shame..... the most comprehensive site on self harm on the net

Bristol Crisis Sevice for Women..... a site which understands.

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179. 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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180. Index
Dark poetry about selfinjury by Carolyn Duncan.
Barelyana's Poetry Page and Other Stuff This page is curently under construction, I'm hoping that it will be up and running soon. Some of my links may not be working yet, but they will be eventually. The Shakey Beginning NEW! Love? Morbid Thoughts Self Pittiful Exploration Ana and Metaphors NEW! Honesty, Apple, Car A Little Bit of Nonsense

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