How come my parents are upset with me for self harming?


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2011-03-23 20:40:16
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Any form of self-destructing act is not only harmful to the inflicter but it effects anyone who may care about them. Therefore, your parents may feel as though this self harming may be resulting from bad parenting or that they are concerned simply for your well-being and therefore it upsets them when you are causing physical and even mental harm to yourself as it is difficult for a parent to see this destructive act and may just want it to stop as soon as possible.

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