My name is Gabrielle. I began to self-injure at age fifteen and continued to do so for fifteen years. I recently relapsed but am attempting a year without self-harm. This website was made to let self-injurers know that they are not alone and to help their friends and family learn more about self-injury and how it affects their loved one.
This is a community but there is an extensive FAQ about self-injury and a detailed series of pages about recovery from self-injury. There is also an pretty large list of resources for self-injurers. There is a detailed list of where self-injury appears in the media, be it movies, celebrities, music. It is both to show how self-injury affects media and has moved into the creative social conscious and as a trigger warning for those avoiding depictions of self-injury.
Feel free to browse and, if you’d like to blog or exchange status updates or otherwise become a part of the community, register!
We are looking for individuals at least 16 years of age who have engaged in self-injury at some point in their lives. We are interested in learning more about people’s experiences with stigma, help-seeking and views of mental illness including your whether self-injury should be diagnosed as a mental illness. We are interested in hearing from those who currently self-injure OR have in the past.
Self-Injury Support (formerly BCSW) is working on creating an app for self-harmers.
A lot of people who responded to our helpline consultation said they thought developing an app was a good idea so this is something we are starting to do now.
I am part of a three-person award-winning filmmaking team. We are hoping to make an honest, empathetic, non-judgemental and non-exploitative documentary film about cutting and carving, to be shown on a major network. The goals would be to shatter societal misconceptions, myths and to help raise awareness. To shed light and truth on a previously dark subject and to possibly empower those brave enough to share their stories; and to help those who may be suffering in silence.
Hi i am looking for participants in a new research study i am doing for a assessment. I am looking for youth ages 12 - 21 years of age. Gender is not an issue. Anyone who self harms and is comfortable talking about some issues. Also would help if you are from new zealand. Answering questions i have. If you are worried about who i am please dont be. I am recovering from self harm myself so i know what your going through. I would like other peoples insight into this subject.
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