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Last DealIf we had receipts for lives,
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Could we sell them?
Could we trade them?
Could we buy them and use them for our own gain?
I'm slowly yet quickly getting tired of this one,
Can I have yours?
No, well take mine, I don't need it,
It's worthless, you're perfect.
I try and I try, but nothing comes right, for me.
You're lucky, but not me.
Are you sure you don't want it, I'm quite sure I hate it,
Just stop this, endless torture.
There's no way to change my mind,
It's made up, oh shut up.
I don't care, yes I care,
Oh quiet, you annoy me.
You wish to help some strange man,
oh really? That's funny.
Well quick grab this knife and cut the tag,
I'm done now, I'm through.
Please, make it fast, don't let it last,
Just sleep now,
Goodnight now. . .
Self-Injury Awareness 2013 Fears vs DreamsThe Facts
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March 1st is a day that calls attention to a sensitive subject that takes on many meanings and forms for people. Self-injury, or self-harm, is the act of deliberately harming oneself physically, usually as a mechanism for expressing distress or coping in difficult situations. Self-injury is commonly associated with cutting, but can also refer to burning, scratching, bruising, bleaching, overdosing, some forms of hair pulling and picking, and breaking bones. Binging and purging may also be considered self-injuring behavior.
The reasons behind self-injury and the people who self-injure vary greatly, but one thing to keep in mind is that it does not matter what culture, ethnicity, gender, or age you are: there are people who have injured themselves from all walks of life. Triggering events like bullying, trauma, abuse, school, work pressures, bereavement and difficult relationships can all contribute to the distress one feels that leads them to self-injure, but