How the silent scream was stilled (self harm part 2)
Reading Time: 10 mins
WARNING – This contains material that either could cause offense or be a trigger to someone who self harms.
I was recently contacted by author Tony White who is writing a book about suicide. He wanted to ask me some questions about my experience of self harming*.
Here’s how it went:- (T = Tony, S = Sarah)
T = I am interested in why you self harmed. I understand that you felt under great pressure and that you found a solution to that was to self harm. Is this what you are saying? If it is why didn’t you use other stress reduction solutions that do not involve self harm?
T = How old were you when you were doing such self harming?
T = Thanks for all that information it has been most helpful. Good to hear that things have turned out better for you after having a difficult time in your teens and early twenties.
S = It’s been my pleasure Tony! Once the book’s published do let me know and I can add a new post on the site about it.
* See comment on my post ‘The Silent Scream, can it be stilled?’
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