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01 Mar 2015

How to cope and who to turn to if your child is self-harming


Discovering that your child is self-harming can spark a cluster bomb of emotions, and for many parents, the first dark thoughts they reach for will be fears of suicide.

“Parents are often very frightened, they think their child is going to kill themselves,” says Daphne Joseph, who manages the parent helpline at child and adolescent mental health charity YoungMinds.

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