Self Harm | Q&A

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"It will be okay - you will pull through, it's nothing to be ashamed of x

Videos i find helpful:
- Emma Blackery's Self Harm 101
- Maddie Bruce has various videos which I found so helpful:
- Gracie also does amazing videos about mental health and self harm:
Gracie's very accurate view on the signs of self harm:

12 Confessions Of People Who Self-Harm
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- Childline: 0800 1111
- SupportLine Telephone Helpline: Helpline: 01708 765200
- Young Minds Parent’s Helpline: 0808 802 5544
- Nightline - for students in crisis

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"Sometimes i look at my scars and see them more like battle scars that i feel proud of. And other times i feel ashaimed of them coz of the people i've hurt when i've harmed myself."


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