Helping Teens Who Cut

Helping Teens Who Cut

Parents and guardians want their children to be happy and healthy. You may try your best to give your child the world, but sometimes their emotions and feelings can become too built-up. Teenagers are still learning healthy methods to deal with their emotions, and some...
Non-Suicidal vs. Suicidal Self-Harm

Non-Suicidal vs. Suicidal Self-Harm

Differentiating the characteristics of non-suicidal and suicidal self-harm is crucial when you are concerned about a loved one. These behaviors represent significant health risks for adolescents. Parents and guardians should research the differences and learn methods...
Why Do Individuals Self-Harm?

Why Do Individuals Self-Harm?

Self-harm is a common behavior, particularly among young people. It’s estimated that approximately 18% of adolescents overall have harmed themselves intentionally. Females are at greatest risk of engaging in self-injury, with nearly 24% of female adolescents...
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