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Self Harm

What is Self Harm?

Self Harm Symptoms

Self Injury (SI) or self harm (SH) is deliberate injury inflicted by a person upon their own body without suicidal intent.

The range of behaviours includes skin picking ( is a great resource here - ed.), hair pulling, burning and cutting self harm of any part the body.

This range of problems requires a sensitive and supportive approach and while drugs may be helpful if the self harm is a feature of they should not be the first choice. There may be related .

Also helpful may be our pages for , , and - (a common time for this issue to become a problem).

What Helps Self Harm?


An expert explains why young people may self-harm, and describes some of the different forms it can take on. Caroline, director of Harmless, used to self-harm as a teenager. She gives advices on how to get the right support.

A video describing my experience with self-injury over the past 10+ years.

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Home Remedies and Relevant Articles from our Contributors

Home remedies are anything from "homework", food or nutritional supplements, exercises, reading, our featured articles and so on. Natural Remedies from Shared Care offers:-

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Great community for mutual support of people with various mental illnesses and life problems

Natural Cures for Self Harm

We explain what we mean by natural cures, natural remedies, home remedies.

Please also check out Approaches Individual to the Practitioner for other therapies and treatments.

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Who Can Help Self Harm?

Who has a Special Interest in Self Harm?

Please click on the MORE INFORMATION link for fuller details.

Mr. Phil Hoffer CARDIFF,  Cardiff,   Great Britain
Ms. Ildiko Davis BRIGHTON,  East Sussex,   Great Britain
Professor Stuart Morgan-Ayrs EDINBURGH,  Midlothian,   Great Britain
Ms. Helen Lesser BIRMINGHAM,  West Midlands,   Great Britain
Cindy Cabalo Redondo Beach,  California,   United States of America
Kay Goldstein San Francisco,  California,   United States of America
Miss. Trish Lay Los Angeles,  California,   United States of America
Karen Israel Dallas,  Texas,   United States of America

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Self Harm Support Groups

The home country of the group is listed. Most will provide more information, advice, contacts and help wherever you live:-

Great Britain National
Great Britain National
Great Britain National
United States of America National

Please email editor(at) with the name and URL of your suggestions for additional groups.

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Where You Can Eat, Stay and Visit

Help in finding restaurants, cafes, hotels, resorts, towns, beaches, travel companies and so on that are user friendly for our communities.

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