Why Do Teens Hurt Themselves? The Science of Self-Injury | Live Science - Self mutilation and teens

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Many people have a hard time talking about self- injury because it seems unnatural to them. It is important to understand what motivates teens to harm. An important part of helping teens recover from self-harm is understanding why they do it in the first place. There isn't.

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By Mauk - 08:52
Cutting is a type of self-harm in which teens deliberately cut or scratch themselves with knives, razor blades, or other sharp objects, but not with any intention of trying to commit suicide.​ Other self-harm behaviors can include head-banging, branding or burning their skin.
By Arashitilar - 00:44
A recent storyline on TV soap Hollyoaks has been praised as a “masterpiece of televion” after focusing on the issue of self harm in young.
By Gugore - 04:39
Self-harm has become far more common than most parents suspect. Some studies show that 2 to 3 million Americans engage in some form of self-injury (​cutting.
By Arajora - 09:12
WebMD explains who may be at risk for self-injury and how to deal with stress and other triggers.

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