Self injury dating


31-Dec-2017 02:22

Cutting is the most common form of self-harm, but up to 75 percent of all cutters rely on diverse methods, such as burning, pulling hair or punching walls.

In recent years, several books have been published on this topic.

In front of a queue of about three people, I was left standing to the side while she enquired to the supervisor in a loud voice, for what felt like everybody to hear, about what she should do.

The supervisor said to serve me anyway, but didn’t apologise to me.

Frantic self-abuse and physical pain drowned out the emotional pain I was feeling, if only for a short time.

Nursing my wounds, I felt oddly comforted, guilty and aware that, next time, it would take even more pain to find that brief release. Little did I know how many teen cutters guard that same dark secret.

If the person does not feel comfortable talking to you, try to make sure they know you are there to listen if they want to talk, and ensure they know of other places they can go to get support. Health professionals call this harm-minimisation, either reducing the severity or frequency of the self harming.

Cutting is one in a complex group of behaviors known as self-harm that involves a deliberate decision to mutilate or hurt oneself.