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

understanding self-harm

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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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Whitby Shores, Whitby, Ontario

By Aisha Ashraf

An autistic Irish immigrant in a cross-cultural marriage, Aisha Ashraf is the archetypal outlander, writing to root herself through place and perspective. Published in The Rumpus, The Maine Review, River Teeth, HuffPost and elsewhere, her work explores the legacy of trauma, the nature of being an outsider and the narrow confines of belonging. She currently lives in Canada.

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