Most times when people think about self-injury, the image that comes to
is the goth teenager who perhaps scratches their wrists for attention.
is a false belief.
Take a look around you. Self injury knows no boundaries. Perhaps someone
"goth" but perhaps too your best friend. Your teacher. Your dad. Your
brother. The mailman. The lawyer. The manager at the store you buy your
clothing from. Self injury has many faces and many names - cutting,
banging, slitting the wrists, slashing - but one thing that is the same
across self injurers is the feeling they get when they hurt…
- Daniel Hoffman says of the House of Usher: »It is no house at all, but a profound and intricate metaphor of the self.« Discuss.
- Self Actualization in "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
- Self Injury
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