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    • Draco Malfoy
      By Draco Malfoy
      Real life episode about a self-injurer with some graphic scenes of self-injury and drug abuse. 
      This episode features a 24 year old named Tamela who has been cutting for 10 years. She uses the razors out of disposable shaving razors and has started after several molestations. You can watch the whole episode here, if you like:
      Episodes of Intervention are available here:
      http://www.aetv.com/intervention/video[/embed]
      Be warned. They can be very graphic! Especially this particular episode (for self-injurers).
    • Guest
      By Guest
      Amy grew up feeling unloved and unable to meet her parents’ high expectations. She was also molested by a neighbor when she was eight, but never told anyone in her family. She began to self-mutilate and restrict her diet, and by 17, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Now, Amy eats only 500 calories a day, drinks up to two bottles of vodka a night, and regularly self-mutilates. Amy’s family is ready to give up on her, but they still don’t know about Amy’s sexual abuse. Only Amy’s friend, Jessica, knows the truth, but will she have the courage to tell Amy’s family before it’s too late?
      http://www.aetv.com/intervention/video[/embed]
    • Draco Malfoy
      By Draco Malfoy
      Kim is anorexic and bulimic. She also cuts herself. Her birth father emotionally and physically abused his family until his wife left him, which left Kim with anxiety about being left alone and a co-dependent relationship with her mother. Her step-father is unsupportive because he feels she is needy and he feels she is attention-seeking.
    • Draco Malfoy
      By Draco Malfoy
      Sharon has body dysmorphic disorder, which has led to numerous plastic surgeries. She is also a compulsive shopper. She self-injures through self-hitting. She has bruises on her thighs and stomach. She also hits herself repeatedly on the head with a hairbrush.

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Welcome to self-injury.net. We are a support community for self-harmers and also provide information on self-harm, creative works, media lists, lists of resources (helplines, textlines, mental health apps, therapists, etc.), etc. We focus on self-injury but a number of other mental health issues are included.

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