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  • n. Plural form of self-abuser.

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Examples

  • Also the obsessive masturbators, the self-abusers, the pathological liars, the kleptos who always get caught.

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  • In fact, there's some suggestion that Munchausen-by-proxy 'parents start out as self-abusers and switch, at some point, to using their kids.

    Devil's Waltz

  • How is it possible that these senile self-abusers don't have something better to do than ogle violence porn?

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  • Just like the self-abusers they are, they know no better, this is they way they have always been.

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  • Dr. Wendy Lader, a psychologist who co-founded a treatment program for cutters and other self-abusers called S.A.F.E. Alternatives based in St. Louis, Mo., agreed with the authors that adolescents who practise embedding tend to have serious mental health issues.

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  • Seventy-five per cent of those were repeat self-abusers.

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  • But in the end, we're the trusting sort, and have faith that these are nothing more than the work of a dedicated Panamanian fan who just wanted to document the majesty of his favorite game for a worldwide community of like-minded self-abusers.

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  • Lately, I’ve been running across a lot of “calls for submissions” for anthologies – anything from first-time mom stories to stories from women with diabetes to gay experience poetry and stories to writing from self-abusers – the specialty focus list seems never ending.

    The Anthology Question

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