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Does cutting lead to suicide? Many teens who self-harm have no intention of dying, experts say

nydailynews.com (1 year and 1 month ago)

Jun 26, 2013

Does cutting lead to suicide? Many teens who self-harm have no intention of dying, experts say

New evidence about Paris Jackson's obsession with cutting leading up to her suicide attempt paints a disturbing picture that may be especially alarming to parents of teenagers.     full story

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Anthony Meindl: You Don't Need Permission to Create

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Jeb Harrison: I'm 58 And Unemployed

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Jayhawks’ Self reprimanded for NCAA outburst

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Police: boy meant to harm students with knife

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Police: Boy meant to harm students with knife

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