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Is mutilating yourself and other severe self-harm like an addiction and if so how can you stop it for good?

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2014-02-17 07:12:08

Yes, mutilating yourself and others is a severe self-harm just like addiction. You can seek professional advice from the counselors to stop it for good.

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