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Some state that the teenage years are among the most difficult and stressful times in someone's life. Many changes take place, both physically and emotionally, which sometimes can give the sensation of delight or in other instances complete confusion and utter chaos. Because emotions tend to run high during this period of life as a result of hormones, some teens resort to an unhealthy way of coping to handle their psychological pain. This unhealthy means of dealing with emotional pain can be known as self injury. Self harm (or self injury) is widely known to take place during the adolescent years up until the first years of adulthood (ages 14-24)if decisions become defined, criticism gets more rigorous, and limitations are tested. The transition from childhood to adulthood may seem exciting and adventuresome to a, but to others, it's a nightmare that they wish they could wake up from. Let's take a look into fundamental and generalized awareness of self harm. Self injury (self injury or S.I.) is the action of hurting yourself as a way of coping with psychological pain, frustration, and anger. Some view it as a suicide attempt or a precursor into a suicide attempt, however, it is not a suicide attempt in any respect. Rather, it is a serious cry for support. When an individual turns into self harm, they look for an emotional release that gives them momentary calmness. "While self-injury may bring a temporary sense of calm and a release of tension, it is usually followed by guilt and shame and the recurrence of debilitating emotions" (Self Injury 1). Self injury can also cause serious or even fatal injuries (1). Self injury may take on several forms ranging from the littlest and minor to the major and obscure. There are 3 categories for self harm: important self-injury, stereotyp...