ReachOut: Distress and self-harm
Helping young people through tough times.
Self-harm (also known as self-injury) is when someone inflicts physical harm on themselves, often without anyone else knowing about it.
While the motivation behind self-harm can be personal, in general, it is a way of expressing a deep level of distress.
The term self-harm is broad and covers a range of associated behaviours associated with it. People can harm themselves by cutting, burning, biting or hitting their bodies off objects, pulling out hair or scratching...
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