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March is Adolescent Self-Injury Awareness Month
If you relate to some of the following, it doesn't mean they apply to you or define you.
Did you know?
Did you know that self-injury is the most significant risk factor for possible subsequent suicide?
Did you know that suicide is the 2nd leading cause of teen death?
Did you know that youth self-injury has become a global public health crisis of epidemic proportions?
Did you know that self-injuring teens are 18 times more likely to possibly commit suicide and 34 times more likely to possibly die of alcohol or drug overdose?
Once self-injury stops, potential subsequent suicidal tendencies can be overcome!
60 MINUTES Overtime - Resources for family mental health support: This week on 60 Minutes, Sharyn Alfonsi reported on the devastating decline in the mental health of children across the U.S.
“Just when the caterpillar thought ‘the world was over,’ it became a butterfly...” — Proverb
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