• Self Injury Awareness

  • Everything You Need to Know About Self Harm
  • By: Patricia A Carlisle
  • Narrated by: Pete Beretta
  • Length: 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 03-13-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Holistic Measures LLC
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.7 (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to help dissociative trauma survivors avoid self-injury and prevent self-harm. Self -harm is the demonstration of deliberately cutting or ruining one's body which regularly cause scarring or changeless tissue harm. There are a few unique terms which are used to portray self-injury which incorporate self-hurt, self-harmful conduct, self-mutilation, and self-caused viciousness. People who purposely hurt themselves may self-deliver their wounds in different routes, for example, trimming, blazing, slamming their head, pulling their hair, picking at their skin, re-opening injuries, hitting themselves, and breaking bones. This conduct can get to be distinctly impulsive and addicting and regularly happens with people who likewise experience the anxiety disorder known as obsessive compulsive disorder. Just remember, many people who engage in self-harming do get better. There are a handful of impatient programs around the country and an increasing number of therapists and programs treating self-harm on an outpatient basis. If your child is hurting her or himself, seek help.
©2017 Patricia Carlisle (P)2017 Patricia Carlisle
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