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    02/08/2010 - Organization, User list, More stuff you can add, etc.

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      There are new types of content you can add. First off there is For Self-Injurers - In Their Own Words where members or anonymous users can add their own answer to a question about self-injury. There is Creativity - Article/Essay for articles/essays members perhaps wrote for class, the school newspaper, what have you. Members and anonymous users can also add published poems and published short stories to Popular Culture & Media. However, if you’re just trying to share a poem you wrote create an account and you can add your own works to the Creativity section.

      The User list has been revamped for logged in users to show basic information about users and a link to their contact/PM page. To the side to this are upcoming user birthdays, who’s new, and a list of your user relationships (e.g. friends).

      I’ve tried to organize links/sections throughout the site (e.g. all items you can add to Creativity are next to one another in ‘Create content’). I’ve also added separate sections for Books - Memoirs, Books - Anthologies, etc. to make books easier to find. Items in the Books & Other Media sections are also now in alphabetical order rather than by last item added.

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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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