Category: Facts

Fact Of The Day – 7th July 2019

Although various classes, ages, genders, and social groups have research into whether or not they are more likely to self-harm than others and the research has highlighted groups of higher likelihood, it has also confirmed that self-harm is pervasive among human beings. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 6th July 2019

Although there is only a small number of families where both parents are the same gender the evidence shows that this family environment reliably allows for heterosexual children who have been raised by homosexual couples into happy and well-adjusted individuals. This is the same as in families based on opposite gender parents. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 5th July 2019

Although self-harming behaviours only develop in a percentage of the population, the feeling of emptiness which is considered to be one of the major possible sources of it is well known in psychology and philosophy, as is the filling of being overwhelmed. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 3rd July 2019

Self-harm is often seen as either the behaviour of the intensely spiritual or of those who are mentally unwell. Contrary to this however research seems to suggest that self-harm, though it is an unhealthy behaviour, is possible for anyone to develop a reliance on it if their circumstances become too intense for them. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 2nd July 2019

Self harm is known to be an extreme method of self-regulation, often found when people’s ability to deal with their situation isn’t enough to allow them to handle their current experiences in life. However it is currently unknown if some people have a natural disposition to self-harm behaviour. Read more →

Fact Of The Day – 29th June 2019

Many psychologists suspect that, instead of being a part of some form of survival plan, the seemingly ‘beneficial-on-the-surface’ effects of self-harm are derived from a flaw in natural design of the brains of many intelligent animals which many species, including humans, are unfortunately smart enough to exploit. Interestingly however humans do not appear to be the only species capable of… Read more →