Category: Facts

Fact Of The Day – 17th August 2019

Although deliberate and informed self-harm as a condition is considered somewhat more rare, many psychologists believe that virtually unnoticeable and often unconsidered acts of self-harm (such as punching the wall in order to feel the impact on your fist) happen to the majority of the population on a regular basis. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 15th August 2019

From a cultural stand-point it may be interesting to note that many, if not most people, believe that self-harm is among the most unfortunate forms of coping people can be driven to. Especially of note is that this trend also holds true for those who are completely aware of self-harm’s actual nature. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 14th August 2019

There is evidence which suggests self-harm may occasionally lead to accidental suicide due to carelessness brought on by intense emotions. Some self-harmers have gone to hospital barely surviving an unintentional near miss, while some suicide cases have revealed signs of struggle suggesting it was not entirely intentional. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 13th August 2019

The trend among people who overcome self-harm seems to be that they find they are able to be much more open about it after overcome it. However those who have reached this healthy state of acknowledging it as an issue they’ve had to overcome suggests that, although it becomes much easier to beat it, the urge to self-harm never fully… Read more →