understanding self-harm
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How I managed to stop self-injuring and get on with my life

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PART OF THE “BREAKING THE CODE OF SILENCE” SERIES

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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]n insightful and informative account of overcoming self-harm. The comments are also an invaluable source of information for anyone wishing to understand this widespread practice which affects people of all ages, men and women alike.

How I managed to stop self-injuring and get on with my life by Mary Hamilton

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