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  • Presentation - brief introduction - Depression - Addiction - Self- harm - Suicide - Websites My Application video Class activity
  • That anyone can become depressed over anything in there lives. Depression is a feel that most people can’t take so its leads to serious problems like cutting then even suicide. You can also over come this depression if you work at it. Do what makes you happy and talk with someone to get all your feelings out.
  • Google images - This quotes is unknown. This quotes explains how depression can get worse if not treated.
  • 1.People should know more about depression and what can happen if it’s untreated.2.To know what depression could lead to without a helping hand.
  • Depression is more than having a bad day, feeling for a brief period or grieving a loss in your life. its an illness that affects how you think, feel and act. contrary to long-held belief, depression isn't the result of personal weakness, and you simply can’t" get over” depression or “snap out of it.” (google images)
  • -People who hurt themselves on purpose are engaging in self-harm, or self-injurious behavior. -Someone who cuts himself use sharp object to break the skin or draw blood. -Others self-harmers might burn themselves by putting out a lit cigarette on their skin or bruising themselves.(google images)
  • (google images)Cutting and abusing yourself as of ( hitting, slamming, bruising)
  • Attempted suicide - when someone tries to take his or her life but doesn’t dieCompleted Suicide - the person diesSuicidal behavior - when he or she talks about suicide or gives other warning signs that he or she is thinking about or planning a suicide or is fascinated by death.(google images)
  • Left to right People think life is worse than death People feel like there trapped in life and its just not how they want it to be.Someone jumping front the roof.(google images)
  • Depression (google images)
  • Most people get better after treatment but I don’t think that feeling will complete go away forever. You still have those feeling sometimes. Depression is a condition that can last months to years if untreated.Usually depression shows as a young adult.Most people after treatment feel better
  • “The majority (80-90%) of people who receive treatment for depression experience significant improvement, and almost all individuals gain some relief from their symptoms.”
  • “Untreated depression is the number one cause of suicide, and suicide is the third leading cause of death among teenagers. (NIMH)”20 percent of teenagers will suffer from depression right before adulthood.(Google images)
  • Mild depressionDoctors call mild dysthymia Less severe but often more stubborn to treat then major depression It can be diagnosed if your you’re felt depressed for a least a year and you also have at least two other symptoms of major depression Major depression- Called major depressive disorder. Intense symptoms of sad or low mood that last for weeks at a time. 90% of kids who are depressed respond to treatment-but only if first recognized as a problem.
  • Feeling sad- these feeling are everyday or most days Feeling guilty- feeling may be exaggerated Restlessness- you might be short-tempered and find Loss of activities- no longer care about hobbies or friendsLow energy not wanting to move around and do things Hard to concentration on school or important things.(google images)
  • Drop in grades and not being social Not showing up on time or not wanting to do anything Using drugs and alcohol to feel better.Decisions- simple choice can seem overwhelming Talk of death- thoughts of killing yourself to stop the pain, others may attempt to hurt themselves. (google images)
  • Appetite change- can lead to significant weight loss or gainBack pain- already have back problems can get worseFatigue- getting out in the morning may seem impossible Stomach- you also might feel queasy (google images)
  • Headaches- usual for people who are depressed have headache. Muscle and joint- chronic pain worse Sleep problem- sleeping too little or much more than normal may link to depression. (google images)
  • If you are under a lot of stress put on you.Someone very close to you a like a family member or best friend has died. If you’re a girl because girls have a higher risk of becoming depressed.People in your family have been depressed or is depressed. (google images)
  • Illness- medical illnesses such as stroke, heart attack, diabetes, cancer, and hormonal disorders can cause depressive illness.Stress- depression is more common in people with history of trauma, sexual abuse, physical abuse, physical disability, alcoholism, and troubled families.Age- onset of depression occurs most often between ages 15 and19Gender- major depression affects twice as many girls and women. Depressive mood swings and physical symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS)Diet- a lack of certain vitamins, such as folic acid and B12, cause depressionSubstance abuse- using drug and alcohol Medication- some drug may include certain blood pressure medicines, sleeping pills, and even birth control pills in some cases. (google images)
  • (google images)A preschoolerIs listless Isn't interested in playing Cries easily and more frequently
  • (google images)A child in elementary school Is listless and moody Is more irritable than usual Has a sad appearance Is easily discouraged Complains of being bored Is more distant with family and friends Has difficulty with schoolwork Talks about death a lot
  • (google images)A teenager Is always tired Drops out of favorite activities Has more arguments with his or her parents and teachersRefuses to do chores of homework Engages in harmful behavior, such a cutting himself or herself Has suicidal thoughts
  • Accutane (acne drug)Benzodiazapines (CNS depressants)Birth control pills Clonidine (high blood pressure drug)Cortisone- like steroidDigitalis ( heart drug) (google images)
  • Indomethacin (anti-inflammantory drug)Levodopa (parkinson disease drug)Methyldopa (blood pressure drug)Phoenothiazines (antipsychotic)Reserpine- (blood pressure drug) (google images)
  • Tell yourself that feeling sad is normal Cry when you need toSpend time with family and friendsDo things you enjoy Stay active (google images)
  • Talk or write about your feelingsFind ways to help othersJoin with group and come up with ideas on how to stop teen suicide Put your ides into action(Google images)
  • (google images) Depression people usual think they are alone. And they are the only ones that feel that bad.
  • (google images) addiction
  • Addicts at this stage are very depressed and still undertake on often-futile search for another drink or drug to take the pain away. They may also decide that best way to and their pain is to end their lives. Even when they are sober they, are in pain.
  • Coping with feeling- They may find it hard, for example, to calm themselves down when they feel angry or upset, and come to rely on substances to help them regulate their emotions. Unhappiness- not being happy because of anything going on in your life. -When your parents get divorce or a couple your really close too.Major sickness- when you have a disorder or a disease When someone really close to you dies (google images)
  • Genetics- : It is believed that addictions such as alcoholism may be inherited. Individuals from families with a history of alcoholism are more likely to develop the disease themselves. Also, individuals from families with a history of any kind of addiction are more likely to develop some other form of addiction.Environment-Children raised by addicted parents are more likely to view substance abuse or certain behaviors as acceptable, making them more likely to engage in the addiction themselves.Abuse-Individuals who experienced sexual, psychological, emotional or physical abuse are more likely to become addicts.Emotional Disorders – Emotional disorders suchanxiety, depression, bipolar disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder often increase the risk of substance abuse and addictive behaviors, especially amongst those who are misdiagnosed or undiagnosed.The substance- Certain substances are more addictive than others, and risk of full-blown addiction is higher for drugs such as cocaine, heroin, or methamphetamine because of their ability to create dependence after relatively few uses.(google images)
  • unresolved emotional trauma. When traumas, be they extreme or mild, are not resolved they leave behind a slew of painful, unprocessed feelings in the unconscious. (google images)
  • (Google images)The basketball diaries because Leonardo Di Caprio character was addiction to drugs because he was already depressed. Kids drinking alcohol just randomly because their alcoholics. A girl popping pills that she found. Smoking is very addictive.
  • Laundromat Meth video http://www.methproject.org/View_Ads/index.php
  • That guy - meth video http://www.methproject.org/View_Ads/index.php
  • Self-harm (Google images)
  • - For some, self-harm is cry for help and might be a first step to a suicide attempt. - For others, self-harm is a coping mechanism that makes life more bearable. (google images)
  • Many studies report that people who self-harm often report childhood physical or sexual abuse. Is the inability to describe emotional experiences appropriately.Alexithymia is a relatively new term which means the inability to express feelings with words. The medical research coming under this term is showing what a lot of us already knew: If you can't express your feelings with words, you are going to have a lot of problems!Most behaviors emerge from a combination of biological, psychological, and social influences. Childhood trauma, physical and sexual abuse or neglect, can be associated with self-harm and that brings pain to the brain. (Google images)
  • autism:sterotypic self-harmTourettes: sterotypic self-harm Schizophrenia: major self-harm Obsessive-compulsive: compulsive self-harm(google images)
  • Body dysmorphic: compulsive self-harm Borderline personality: impulsive self-harmImpulsive self-harm and eating:(google images)
  • (google images) Anorexia and beige eating
  • A video on how to stop self self
  • (google images) Suicide
  • DepressionWhat their going through or what they been through.-discharge from a psychiatric hospital -sudden change in how the person appears to feel (for example, much worse or much better). -An example of a possible trigger (precipitant) for suicide is a real or imagined loss, -like the breakup of a romantic relationship, -moving, -loss (especially if by suicide) of a friend, loss of freedom, or loss of other privileges.(google images)
  • Are already depressedHave alcohol or other drug problemsAre gay or lesbian and having trouble with telling family and friends. Have attempted suicide before, or who come from homes where someone has committed suicide.(google images)
  • Is gifted and very smart could make you feel geekyHaving learning disabilities If pregnant you could feel depressed basically.Are or having been physically, emotionally, or sexually abuse(google images)
  • Suicide- it is not true that people who threaten won’t follow throughLife crisis- death of loved one, divorce, trouble at schoolBehavior- altered attitude or energy level Aggressive- sudden calmness(google images)
  • Mood changes daily Gift-giving– favorite items to friends and familyWithdrawl- desire to be alone, “into a shell”Poor school performance- sudden drop in school performance( google images)
  • 1.Someone who will talk with them openly and honestly.2. Someone who will listen3. Someone who will get them the help they needSuicidal teens need a caring friend..(google images)
  • (google images)Helps your friend get his or her suicidal thoughts out in the open Lets your friend know you careHelp your friend feel that he or she is not aloneMust solve your friends problemsAre responsible for saying the one right thingMust make everything okay in your friend’s life
  • dos1.Reach out 2.Ask questions3.Show that you care4.Encourage your friend to talk 5.Listen without making judgments 6.Talk openly about suicide7.Be positive 8.Know limits 9.Remain calm 10.Suggest people you can both turn to 11.Get help 12.Act quickly if you think your friend is in danger (google images)
  • (google images)DONTS1.Make your friends problems sound unimportant 2.Act shocked 3.Try to take any weapon away from friend 4.Give up hope5.Leave your friend alone when he or she is in crisis6.Keep friends suicide plan secret (google images)
  • Health maintenance organizations Community mental health centerEmployee assistance programs FacilitiesUniversity- or medical school(google images)
  • Going on to websites(google images)
  • (google images)( twloha.com)Jamie (the founder)and Renee (the inspiration) talk about the TWLOHA.Love Is the movement! Is a logo sign.Pick up the phone was a tour that TWOLA had.
  • To write love on her arms is more than just and organization it’s a family that helps. The website has everything that you want to know about the organization and depression.Mission Statement “To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.  TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.”
  • Video from to write love on her arms website
  • www.twitter.com/twloha
  • towriteloveonherarms.fancorps.com
  • Hopeline- Since the suicide of his wife Kristin in April 1998, KBHC Founder Reese Butler has been on a personal crusade. His mission the past 11 years has been to offer HOPE and the option to LIVE to those in the deepest emotional pain.Childhelp® exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children.S.A.F.E is a school that can help for self abuse. The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders. The mission of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is to provide hope, help, and support to improve the lives of people living with depression or bipolar disorder
  • www.Halfofus.comHalf Of Us has famous people talking about there depression and anxiety. Pete Wentz went through depression. Mary J Blige was on the track to suicide.Brittany Snow struggled through an eating disorder and cutting. Max Bemis has bipolar disorder and used Drugs and Alcohol to cope.
  • Created by mtvU for college students to help for depression, stress and anxiety. On the website there are celebrities talking about there experience with they problems.
  • What my table looked like on Diversity day. I had posters two posters, one on the table and one behind the table. I had information cards that told about To Write Love On Her Arms and why they started up. There was a slideshow on the laptop and with music on. I had 2 shirts on the table showing that they have shirts you can buy and there was a catalog too. People could come to the table and I would write LOVE their arm. Then take a picture with them and put it in the slideshow right away.
  • Greg helped me set up for my application the day before Diversity day. The tables were in the right places but he help me set up everything that went on the table. He moved the table to the other side because I couldn’t have moved the table. I didn’t even know he was going to help me until he came out of nowhere and wanted to help.
  • Nikita help me on diversity day in the beginning. But everything was pretty much good and set in the right spot because most of the work was done from yesterday.
  • 1.I hope you become more aware of what being depressed really means. 2.That you shouldn’t just blow someone off just because they been sad and their bringing you down. 3.That being Depressed could lead to worse problems like addiction, self-harm or suicide.4.Being there someone and letting them know you care, can make a whole difference to their life.
  • Spg depression

    1. 1. Depression <br />By: Tiana Gooden <br />
    2. 2. Overview <br />Presentation<br /> - Brief introduction <br /> - Depression<br /> - Addiction <br /> - Self- harm<br /> - Suicide<br />My Application video <br />Class activity <br />
    3. 3. Thesis statement <br />Depression is a condition that effects many people and can lead to serious actions such as self-harm and suicide. However, there are successful ways to treat the condition if people seek out help.<br />
    4. 4.
    5. 5. Audience <br />People should know more about depression and what can happen if it’s untreated.<br />To know what depression could lead to without a helping hand. <br />
    6. 6. Depression <br />More than having a bad day, feeling sad for a brief period or loss in life.<br />Illness that affects your feeling, thinking and act.<br />Not result of personal weakness<br />Can’t “get over” or “snap out of it.” <br /> (Kramlinger)<br />
    7. 7. Self- Harm<br />People who hurt themselves on purpose<br />Someone who cuts himself uses sharp objects. <br />Others self-harmers might burn themselves or bruising themselves.<br />(Veague)<br />
    8. 8. Cutting & Abusing Yourself <br />
    9. 9. Suicide <br />Attempted Suicide<br />Completed Suicide <br />Suicidal Behavior <br />(Nelson)<br />
    10. 10.
    11. 11. Depression <br />
    12. 12. Facts On Depression <br />Depression is a condition that can last months to years if untreated.<br />Usually Depression shows as a young adult.<br />Most people after treatment feel better<br />(www.halfofus.com)<br />
    13. 13. “The majority (80-90%) of people who receive treatment for depression experience significant improvement, and almost all individuals gain some relief from their symptoms.”<br />(www.twloha.com/facts) <br />
    14. 14. “Untreated depression is the number one cause of suicide, and suicide is the third leading cause of death among teenagers. (NIMH)”<br />20 percent of teenagers will suffer from depression right before adulthood.<br />(www.twloha.com/facts) <br />
    15. 15. Stages <br />Mild Depression <br />Dysthymia<br />Less severe<br />Harder to treat the major depression <br />Diagnosed if depressed a least a year <br />Major Depression<br />Major Depressive Disorder<br />Involves severe <br />Intense symptoms <br />90 percent of kids depressed respond to treatment.<br />(Miller)<br />
    16. 16. Emotional Symptoms Of Depression<br />Feeling sad, worthless, hopeless, numb, helpless<br />Feeling guilty<br />Irritability or restlessness <br />Loss of interest in former activities<br />Low energy <br />Concentration problems<br />(Miller)<br />
    17. 17. Emotional symptoms of Depression<br />Drop in grades or school performance <br />Neglecting appearances <br />Drug and alcohol abuse<br />Trouble making decisions<br />Thoughts or talk of <br /> death or suicide <br />(Miller)<br />
    18. 18. Physical Symptoms of Depression <br />Appetite change <br />Back pain <br />Fatigue<br />Stomach or intestinal problems <br /> (Miller)<br />
    19. 19. Physical symptoms of Depression <br />Headaches<br />Muscle and joint pain <br />Sleep problems<br />(Miller))<br />
    20. 20. Risk For Depression <br />Are under stress<br />Have experienced loss <br />Have attention,<br /> learning, or conduct disorders<br />Are girls<br />Have a family <br /> history of depression<br /> (Miller)<br />
    21. 21. Cause of Depression<br />Illness<br />Stress <br />Age<br />Gender<br />Diet <br />Substance abuse <br />Medication <br /> (Miller)<br />
    22. 22. What to watch for <br />A Preschooler <br /> - Is listless<br /> - Isn’t interested in playing <br /> - Cries easily and more frequently<br />(Mayo Clinic)<br />
    23. 23. A child in elementary school<br /> - listless and moody <br /> - irritable than usual <br /> - sad<br /> - discouraged <br /> -complains <br /> - distant with family and friends <br /> - difficulty with schoolwork <br /> -talks about death <br />(Mayo Clinic)<br />
    24. 24. A Teenager<br /> - tired <br /> -drops out of favorite activities <br /> - arguments with his or her parents and teachers<br /> -refuses to do chores of homework <br /> -engages in harmful behavior, such a cutting himself or herself <br /> -has suicidal thoughts <br />(Mayo Clinic)<br />
    25. 25. Drugs May Cause Depression<br />Accutane <br />Benzodiazapines<br />Birth control <br />Clonidine<br />Cortisone <br />Digitalis <br />(Miller)” <br />
    26. 26. More Drugs May Cause Depression <br />Indomethacin<br />Levodopa<br />Methyldopa<br />Phoenothiazines<br />Reserpine <br />(Miller)<br />
    27. 27. Work Through Your Grief <br />Feeling sad is normal <br />Cry when needed<br />Time with family and friends<br />Do things you enjoy <br />Active <br />(Miller)<br />
    28. 28. Talk or write feelings<br />Help others<br />Come up with ideas on stopping teen suicide<br />Put your ides into action<br /> (Miller)<br />
    29. 29.
    30. 30. Addiction <br />
    31. 31. Addiction <br />Addicts are very depressed and still undertake the search for another drink or drug to take the pain away. <br />They may also decide that best way to end their pain is to end their lives. <br />When sober still in pain. <br />(Leone)<br />
    32. 32. Some Causes Of Addiction<br />Coping with thoughts & feeling <br />Unhappiness <br />Divorce <br />Major sickness/illness <br />Death of loved one <br />(http://www.drug-addiction-support.org/Causes-of-Drug-Addiction.html)<br />
    33. 33. Risk Factors Of Addiction <br />Genetics <br />Emotional Disorders <br />Environment <br />Abuse<br />The Substance <br />(http://www.anxiety-and-depression-solutions.com/wellness_concerns/addiction/addiction_causes.php)<br />
    34. 34. The Pain<br />Unresolved emotional trauma<br />Be they extreme or mild<br />Leave behind a slew of painful<br />Unprocessed feelings in the unconscious <br />(http://www.uncommonforum.com/viewtopic.php?p=30132)<br />
    35. 35.
    36. 36. Laundromat <br />
    37. 37. That Guy <br />
    38. 38. Self-Harm <br />
    39. 39. Self-Harm People <br />For some, self-harm is cry for help and might be a first step to a suicide attempt. <br />For others, self-harm is a coping mechanism that makes life more bearable. <br />(Veague)<br />
    40. 40. Causes Of Self-Harming <br />Childhood abuse <br />Alexithymia<br />Social influences <br />The brain and pain <br />.” (Veague)<br />
    41. 41. Self-Harm and Mental Illness<br />Autism<br />Tourettes <br />Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorder <br />Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder <br />(Veague)<br />
    42. 42. Body Dysmorphic Disorder <br />Borderline Personality Disorder <br />Impulsive Self-Harm and eating disorders<br />(Veague)<br />
    43. 43. Eating Disorders <br />
    44. 44. How to stop self harm <br />http://www.howcast.com/videos/218393-How-To-Stop-Cutting-Yourself<br />
    45. 45. Suicide <br />
    46. 46. Possible Causes Of Suicide <br />Depression<br />Discharge from a psychiatric hospital <br />Appearances <br />Breakup of relationship <br />Moving<br />Losses<br /> -friend<br /> -freedom<br /> -privileges.<br />(www.medicinenet.com/suicide)<br />
    47. 47. Risk For Suicide <br />Depressed <br />Alcohol or drug problems <br />Gay or lesbian <br />Come from homes where someone committed suicide<br /> (Nelson)<br />
    48. 48. Are gifted <br />Learning disabilities<br />Pregnant <br />Physically, emotionally, or sexually abuse<br /> (Nelson).” <br />
    49. 49. Suicide Warning Signs<br />Threats of suicide <br />Life crisis<br />Behavior change <br />Appearance change <br />Aggression<br /> (Miller)<br />
    50. 50. Mood change<br />Gift-Giving<br />Withdrawal<br />Poor school performance <br />(Miller)<br />
    51. 51. What suicidal teens need<br />Talk with them openly and honestly<br />Listen<br />Get them the help they need<br />Suicidal teens need a caring friend…<br /> (Nelson)<br />
    52. 52. Listen<br />A good listener<br />Does not mean<br />Gets friend suicidal thoughts out<br />Tell them you care<br />Tell them there not alone<br />Solve friend problems<br />Saying the right things<br />Make everything okay in friend’s life <br />(Richard E. Nelson, Ph.D.”<br />
    53. 53. Help Friend Through Suicide Crisis<br />Do’s<br />Reach out <br />Ask questions<br />Show that you care<br />Encourage your friend to talk <br />No judgments <br />Talk openly about suicide<br />Positive <br />Know limits <br />Calm <br />People both can turn to <br />Get help <br />Act quickly if friend is in danger <br /> (Nelson)<br />
    54. 54. DON’T<br />Friends problems sound unimportant <br />Act shocked <br />Taking weapon away from friend <br />Give up hope<br />Leaving friend alone when in crisis<br />Keep friends suicide plan secret <br />(Nelson)<br />
    55. 55. Referrals For Treatment <br />Family doctors <br />Psychiatrists, psychologist, social workers, mental health counselors<br />Religious leaders<br />State hospital<br />Private clinics <br />Schools <br />Social service agencies<br /> (Miller)<br />
    56. 56. WEBSITES<br />
    57. 57. To Write Love On Her Arms<br />
    58. 58. To Write Love On Her Arms.<br />Mission Statement<br /> “To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.  TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.”<br />TWLOHA believes that rescue is possible, communicating hope to others who know the struggle of living in a broken world.<br />(www.twloha.com/vision)<br />
    59. 59. NBC nightly news <br />http://www.twloha.com/videos.php?id=7<br />(www.twloha.com)<br />
    60. 60. TWLOHA Twitter <br />(www.twloha.com)<br />
    61. 61. TWLOHA Street Team<br />(www.twloha.com)<br />
    62. 62. Treatment Centers and Helplines<br />National Hopeline Network (U.S.A.) -  www.hopeline.com - 1-800-SUICIDES<br />S.A.F.E. Alternatives -  www.selfinjury.com - Self Abuse Finally Ends<br />Childhelp –  www.childhelp.org - 1-800-4-A-CHILD - National Child Abuse Hotline<br />National Eating Disorders Association - www.nationaleatingdisorders.org - 1-800-931-2237<br />Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)<br />www.dbsalliance.org<br />(800) 826-3632 <br />(www.twloha.com/find-help)<br />
    63. 63. Half Of Us<br />(www.halfofus.com)<br />
    64. 64. Half of us <br />Through Half of Us, mtvU and The Jed Foundation want to initiate a public dialogue to raise awareness about the prevalence of mental health issues on campus and connect students to the appropriate resources to get help. <br />In planning for the campaign, how stress and anxiety affects college students nationwide. <br />(www.halfofus.com)<br />
    65. 65. My Application <br />
    66. 66. Diversity Day <br />
    67. 67. People Who Helped <br />
    68. 68. Application <br />
    69. 69. Conclusion <br />I did this topic because Depression can happen to anyone at anytime and also it’s not just feeling sorry for yourself.<br />I hope you become more aware of what being depressed really means. <br />Being there someone and letting them know you care, can make a whole difference to their life.<br />
    70. 70. Work Cited<br />Depression . Farmington hills,MI: Greenhaven Press/Gale Cengage Learning , 2009. Print. Kattlewell, Caroline.<br />Skin Game . New York : St. Martin's Griffin , 1999. Print. Levenkron, Steven. Cutting: understanding ad overcoming self-mutilation . New York : W.W Norton , 1998. Print. <br />MTV U, and The Jed Foundation, dirs. homepage . Half Of Us. MTV , 2 May 2010. Web. 2 May 2010. <http://www.halfofus.com>.<br />Self-mutilation . Detroit : Greenhaven Press, 2008. Print. <br />
    71. 71. Work Cited <br />Tworkowski, Jamie, dir. "To Write Love On Her Arms." To Write Love On Her Arms. Jamie Tworkowski, 2009. Web. 19 Nov. 2009. <http://www.TWLOHA.com>. <br />Veague, Heather Bernett. Cutting and self-harm. New York : Chelsea, 2008. Print. <br />Wurtzel, Elizabeth. Prozac Nation . Boston : Houghton Mifflin , 1994. Print. <br />