Self-Harm and Suicide Prevention

Self-harm is additionally usually known as self-damaging conduct (SIB), self-mutilation, non-self-destructive self-damage (NSSI), parasuicide, purposeful self-hurt (DSH), self-misuse, and self-caused viciousness.

People who self-harm may:

  • appear withdrawn, or more quiet or reserved than usual
  • stop participating in their regular activities
  • have rapid mood changes
  • get angry or upset easily
  • have had a significant event in their lives, e.g. a breakup with significant other
  • suffer poor academic/school performance when they usually do very well
  • exhibit unexplained cuts or scratches
  • wear clothes that are inappropriate for the weather, e.g. wearing long sleeves on hot day

 

 

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