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Self-Injury: Inside Pain Turned Inside Out

days 'til National SI Awareness Day, March 1, 2006.

"We are male and female. We are artists, athletes, students, and business owners. We have depression, DID, PTSD, eating disorders, borderline personalities, bipolar disorder, or maybe no formal diagnosis at all. Some of us were abused, some were not. We are straight, bi, and gay. We come from all walks of life and can be any age. We are every single race or religion that you can possibly think of. Our common link is this: We are in pain. We self-injure. And we are not freaks."

Though the issue might not get as much attention as eating disorders, some figure skaters do also have problems with self-injury (sometimes called self-mutilation or self-harm). And once again, many non-skaters face the exact same issue.

Due to popular demand, this page has been broken down into separate pages for each subsection. A single printer-friendly page is also available with all of the sections "intact" for printing purposes.

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