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Some of the influences of self-mutalation Self Injury Masication and Self Harm come from various sources In some cases people saw it on television and mimiced what they saw Other influences may be from watching or hearing about friends or adults doing it or reading about it on the internet and in magazines Many of the television shows today show blood guts violence suicide and sometimes self harm An anynomous person said I saw it when I was in sixth grade and I thought they made it look cool The impact that TV has on a young mind is incredible It can make them think they can do something without having short or long term effects TV doesnt show the reality of the seriousness of these issues It shows fame glamour money and many other things You may be young or old while sitting at a table or on the floor and seeing someone you love or care about deeply hurt themself deliberatly The impact that this has on you is trumendous and you may try to copy what they did At first you may not realize what this is doing to you After awhile you become dependent on self-mutalization as a resort to your stress anger depression and all the other feelings you feel inside When walking in the hallway at work or school you might hear someone talk about hurting themselves and how it releases the pain You decide to try it and after awhile the scars just bring back memories of them bad days Then you start to talk in the hallways at school or work and another person picks up on it and tries it You can find anything on the internet today and some of these things set a bad example for gullable minds When reading about self-mutalization another anynomous person said I saw it on the internet and they were talking about how it made all your
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