Bodies Under SiegeTop Rated bus (bodies under siege) is a thriving, close-knit, vibrant community of people who all have one thing in common: self-injury has somehow affected their lives. Most of the members of bus are people who have or still do inflict physical harm on themselves as a way of dealing with overwhelming situations. Although many bus subscribers are trying to stop hurting themselves (and quite a few are SI-free), a desire to stop is not a requirement for membership. http://buslist.org/ -
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Recover Your LifeTop Rated A site dedicated to people who self-injure (SI) or self-harm, and those who suffer from eating disorders or depression, packed with things to do from distractions and information, to support forums and a chat room. http://www.recoveryourlife.com/ -
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Self-Injury: A StruggleTop Rated Information on SI for both the self injurer, and their friends/family. Personal stories, self-injury pen pals, famous self-injurers, reviews of psychological books on SI, poetry, chat, message board, extensive list of resources, etc. http://self-injury.net/ -
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Equilibrium Awareness Merchandise ShopTop Rated Equilibrium Awareness Merchandise Shop
Welcome to the Equilibrium shop, pioneers of self injury awareness merchandise. All money raised will go towards keeping the website up and running, and to fund further awareness activities.
You can purchase online using the buttons below. PayPal is the world's leading secure online payment system and accepts MasterCard, Visa, Amex, Switch, Solo, Maestro, Delta and Visa Electron. Unfortunately we are unable to accept cheques at present. http://www.selfharmony.co.uk/shop.htm -
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Self-Harm (UK) This site is a key information resource for young people who self-harm, their friends and families, and professionals working with them.
This site contains sensitive material. Please take care as you browse. This is also a key information resource for young people who self-harm, their friends and families, and professionals working with them. http://www.thesite.org/healthandwellbeing/mentalhealth/selfharm -
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