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Self-injury

(2007)
Broadly speaking, self-injury (also called self-inflicted violence, self-harm, parasuicide, delicate cutting, self-abuse, and self-mutilation) is the act of attempting to alter a mood state by inflicting physical harm serious enough to cause tissue damage to one's body. This harm may include cutting (with knives, razors, glass, pins, or any sharp object), burning ...