Category - Teen
my name is jason robinson and this is my 3 month body transformation! I started off at 170 lbs and grinded my way to 134lbs. 18 month epic teen body building transformation - taylor west. Treatment for cutting will likely focus on helping the teen develop healthier coping mechanisms when faced with feelings of anger, stress, or sadness. It will also help boost a teens self-esteem, help manage any underlying psychiatric problems, and help make sure that the teen isnt having thoughts of suicide. Cutting using a sharp object like a razorblade, knife, or scissors to make marks, cuts, or scratches on ones own body is a form of self-injury. It can be hard to understand why anyone would hurt himself or herself on purpose. Learning that your own teen is doing it can leave you feeling. Cutting is a form of self-injury -- the person is literally making small cuts on his or her body, usually the arms and legs. Injuring yourself on purpose by making scratches or cuts on your body with a sharp object enough to break the skin and make it bleed is called cutting. Cutting has a contagious element and therefore spreads in stressful environments that contain greater numbers of vulnerable subjects. Talking to trusted friends and family can help her cope with stress and reduce her self-injury. Make a list of caring adults your teen can reach out to, such as a grandparent, aunt or uncle, friends parents, or neighbors that your teen can confide in. Examples of self-harm include cutting the skin with objects, scratching the skin, picking wounds so they cant heal, biting or burning oneself, and more harmful instances that include hitting ones head or breaking bones.