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    • Leigh Loreson

      Check out this mythbusting infographic on self-harm from #headspace. #Self_harm & #suicide are different but there can be a relationship between the two acts. If you believe there needs to be better support available to prevent suicide among young people go to and add your name to our #petition!

    • Kristy Luce

      Self harm is taboo but is a serious problem and people, especially those working with children/teens need to know the facts and fight the stigma!

    • NAMI Massachusetts

      Sorting Fact from Fiction on Self-Harm. From our friends Headspace in Australia!

    • Joanne Newey

      Community & Wellbeing: Fact from fiction - focus on self-harm

    • Larry Ferlazzo

      Sorting fact from fiction on self harm Infographic

    • headspace Australia

      Sorting fact from fiction on self-harm

    • survivingana

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    Self harm is a lot more common than most people think. Research estimates that approximately 1 in 10 people have at some time hurt themselves deliberately. Once you have started to hurt yourself, you may feel trapped, alone and unsure of how to stop. We aim to give you support with your feelings, whether you feel ready to stop or not. This website will give you some positive things to do as alternatives to self harm, that provide relief without causing damage to yourself or others.