Some people think that self-harm only affect you on the outside as a physical act but it also affects you inside, emotionally.
Non-suicidal self-injury is destroying yourself but not to the point of suicide.
Self-injury is more common in adolescents and young adults as compared to adults. Most common are cutting, severe scratching, burning, and banging or hitting. Most people that commit self-harm have used more than one method. Self-injury is mostly done to relive stress, pain, or sadness, but may also be used as a distraction for anger or disgust, influence or find help from others, end feeling left out or unwanted, and help resist suicidal thoughts. Problem solving appear to be most effective in treating
Self-injurers have different reasons and situations that make them hurt themselves. Many people who hurt themselves have had some form of abuse in their past. As
they grow older, the old feelings when they were a child can make them to feel empty and
and keep their feelings hidden. They keep their feelings away from everyone and all that tension builds up inside. People who self-injure think that the only way to fix these feelings is to let them out on themselves.
The main distinctions with people that injure themselves are their injury is usually noon-suicidal.
Self-injury is self-inflicted
harm dangerous enough to cause tissue damage or marks that last for many hours, done
without suicidal intent. In some ways, self injurers could kill themselves, but
Those who commit suicide suffered from long-term and severe
Forms of depression.
Self-injury is a way to prevent suicide because it helped the self injurer deal with everything happening in their life at the moment. Many people who hurt themselves are actually offended when asked if they were trying to commit suicide.
Self-injury is a difficult behavior that is different in its presentation, features, and
functions. Many doctors are confused and uncertain about the best...