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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-harm

Self-harm (SH), also known as self-injury, is defined as the intentional, direct injuring of body tissue, done without suicidal intentions. These terms are used in the more recent literature in an attempt to reach a .... Self-harm in such individuals may not be associated with suicidal or para-suicidal behaviour. People who ...

www.answers.com/Q/Which_of_these_factors_is_not_associated_with_engaging_in_self_injury_SI

Well, i am not quite sure how to awnser it... well i do have 30 fish in my aquarium. ... Which of these statements about why people engage in self injury SI is false ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4495693

Jul 8, 2015 ... Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and suicidal ideation (SI) are both ... Given the relationship between these two phenomena, it is crucial to learn how we ... (e.g., depression, substance use) to NSSI-related factors that might be ... While NSSI is, by nature, not suicidal, it is common for individuals who engage in ...

www.psyke.org/faqs/selfinjury

Some of these factors may contribute to ... to be related to self-injury, as has emotional abuse.' SI .... They engage in episodes of .... SI is not used to make ...

www.deltamedcenter.com/disorders/self-harm/signs-symptoms-effects

Learn about self-harming signs and symptoms and the causes & effects of ... Self- harm, also called self-injury (SI), is the act of deliberately harming ... those who are engaging in this self-destructive behavior are not doing so as an attempt at suicide. Rather these behaviors are done in an effort to deal with emotional pain,  ...

www.webmd.com/anxiety-panic/guide/self-injuring-hurting

Feb 24, 2016 ... Related to Anxiety & Panic Disorders ... What Is the Outlook for People Who Engage in Self-Injury? ... Self-injury occurs across the spectrum; the behavior is not limited by ... These feelings are an outgrowth of abuse and a belief that the ... the factors that lead to an individual's self-injuring behaviors, and to ...

thenadd.org/modal/bulletins/v6n2a1~.htm

LNS is associated with compulsive self-mutilation, abnormal movements, intact ... In contrast to the severe self-mutilating SIB in LNS, individuals with FRAXA syndrome engage in .... Analgesia may be difficult to prove but it is apparent that pain may not .... One of these factors may be the genetic vulnerability to addiction.

www.thecitizenswhocare.org/selfinjury.html

Self-injury is usually not associated with an attempt at suicide; the person who self-injures .... However, some people who self-injure have no experience of these factors. .... Cutting is the most common form of SI, but burning, head banging and .... Many people cut or engage in self-harmful behaviors actually do so in secret.

www.aacap.org/App_Themes/AACAP/docs/resources_for_primary_care/cap_resources_for_medical_student_educators/sucide_and_nssi_2012.ppt

The urge to engage in self-injury occurs frequently, although it might not be acted upon; The ... these will occur either during or immediately following the self-injury. ... 30% made a SA, lower each month; Risk factors: +SI, depression severity, ... was not associated with self-injury (but was associated with suicide attempts) ...