What is self harm? How does it develop? Is full recovery possible? How can I help a sufferer? Research has suggested that rates of self-harm in the UK are higher than anywhere else in Europe. This accessible and practical book demystifies a subject many people find hard to understand, assessing the causes of it and showing ways towards recovery. Throughout the book, the authors draw on case histories and personal stories, as well as statistics and information from up to date research in the field.Also, this only works if you do not tan, because the scar will again be lighter than the rest of the skin, and tattoos can fade ... Finally, surgery is an option that many look into but few actually go through with, as it is expensive and, depending on which type is used, unreliable. ... Laser surgery burns away tissue in the area that is scarred in a very similar way to tattoo removal. ... for scarring always see your GP first and make sure you get referred to a reputable and experienced specialist .
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