Usually self-injury is NOT an attempt to die.

Most people who self-injure say they do it to feel better, to express their pain and/or to stop feeling numb. In fact, some people who self-injure even say they do it to stop themselves from acting on urges and thoughts to kill themselves. Although self-injury and suicide attempts are different behaviours, many individuals who self-injure also may struggle at times with suicidal feelings.

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Suicide Prevention

The Zero Suicide methodology is a discrete set of tools and processes that work together to reduce deaths by suicide in care within health and behavioural health systems. It represents both a bold goal and an aspirational challenge that clinicians and others are wanting to embed in their practice and the teams that they work within.

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A traumatic event is something that threatens your life or safety, or the lives of people around you. It is an experience that is stressful and has a significant impact on your emotional state. 

A traumatic event might be a natural disaster such as a fire, flood or earthquake, or it might be as a result of a serious accident, a physical or sexual assault, losing someone close to you, or something else. Trauma can also be experienced across many repeated traumatic events (such as abuse, neglect or violence over time)

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An addiction is a chronic dysfunction of the brain system that involves reward, motivation, and memory. It’s about the way your body craves a substance or behavior, especially if it causes a compulsive or obsessive pursuit of “reward” and lack of concern over consequences. Over time, addictions can seriously interfere with your daily life. People experiencing addiction are also prone to cycles of relapse and remission. This means they may cycle between intense and mild use. Despite these cycles, addictions will typically worsen over time. They can lead to permanent health complications and serious consequences like bankruptcy.


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