Self-harms are those behaviors intentionally aimed at harming the body's surface without a suicidal intention. They are considered a problem when they become repeated behaviours with five o more episodes a day. 

Self-harms in first person

Professionals and patients explain how you live with the disease
Our current approach to this situation is therapy, there are no medications that can change this behaviour. And the therapy that works best is dialectic behavioural therapy. We work tolerance to discomfort; We realize that in life problems occur and forms of communication.

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Iria Méndez

Published: 30 October 2019
Updated: 30 October 2019


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