A short story in which the parents of a teenager are cataloguing their daughter's cuts. Their helplessness in the face of the daughter's self-injury is familiar, as is the removal of sharp objects in the family home.
There were no consequences. There was just her husband’s notepad of wounds that they gave to the therapist, who didn’t seem do to anything except bill for $115 an hour, and nothing was getting better.
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