Stats on teen self injury
Cyberbullying Facts and Statistics - TeenSafe
Teen Selfinjury Statistics. A 2008 publication by the US National Library of Medicine reports the following nonsuicidal self injury (NSSI) statistics: (5) 13 to 12 of US adolescents have engaged in some type of self injury. Cutting and burning are the most common types of nonsuicidal selfinjury.
FastStats - Suicide and Self-Inflicted Injury
Self Injury, Self Harm Statistics and Facts Samantha Gluck Self injury statistics show that this disturbing phenomenon is a real and present danger to vulnerable people worldwide, especially in developed countries, such as the U. S. and those in
Nonsuicidal Self injury in Adolescents
The thing that distinguishes selfinjury from other forms of physical harm is the elevated mood a teen experiences after selfinjury. So the above examples although potentially dangerous in their own right are typically not acts of selfinjury.