Cutting and Self-Mutilation: When Teens Injure Themselves
Focusing on the problems that face teens today, this series offers no-nonsense discussions in very frank language useful for reports and personal insights. Each title contains chapter notes, names of helpful organizations, a further reading list, Internet addresses, and an index.In Cutting and Self-Mutilation: When Teens Injure Themselves, author Kathleen Winkler explains what cutting is and explores why teens might deliberately injure themselves. Winkler stresses that cutting is a curable condition. She offers readers suggestions about where to find help or how to help others.
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