Is your child exhibiting signs of self-harm?


Warning signs of self-harming behaviour include unexplained wounds or scars on the forearms or hands, and unnecessarily keeping sharp objects like razor blades. — Positive Parenting

Tina's mother was worried.

The teenager had not come out of her room for the last five hours and had missed her dinner.

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