May 2, 2012 ... Cutting yourself to quell emotional pain isn't all that different from drinking or
drugging, though the scars are more apparent. The question is: ...
You cutting yourself merely covers over the deeper emotional pain you're feeling.
But like every other addiction, it's far too much medicine for the sickness, and ...
Self-harm, cutting, burning, ect, is a way many people find to have instant ... Once
you begin harming yourself, you reach a mental saturation where you see no ...
cutting or severely scratching your skin; burning or scalding yourself; hitting ...
pain, you increase your risk of major depression, drug and alcohol addiction, and
Injuring yourself on purpose by making scratches or cuts on your body with a
sharp object — enough to break the skin and make it bleed — is called cutting.
Dec 1, 2014 ... But with an addiction like self-harm, you still "cope" with the ... in this case, the
adhesive in the Band-Aids that you keep plastering on yourself.
Jan 30, 2010 ... Why on Earth would someone purposely want to cut his or her self? ... escape
negative emotion, it may then become rewarding and more "addictive" in a
repetitive cycle. ..... Who Needs Enemies When You've Got Yourself?
May 1, 2012 ... Many who suffer from teen cutting addiction go to great lengths to keep it hidden.
Know the warning signs of self-harm, and other ways to help ...
Cutting is one in a complex group of behaviors known as self-harm that involves
a ... Contrary to the effects of all drugs of addiction, cutting does not produce any
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