Self-harm a sign of emotional pain rather than a cry for help, study reveals
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Self-harm a sign of emotional pain rather than a cry for help, study reveals

Most people who self-harm do so as a way to deal with emotional distress rather than as a cry for help, according to a research review.

Mental Health Practice. 21, 05, 6-6. doi: 10.7748/mhp.21.05.6.s3

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