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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of self-injure.

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Examples

  • That's reassuring, considering Portman's character starved, purged and self-injured.

    Adia Colar: Let's Nix the 'Black Swan' Diet

  • I do believe that most folks who are self-injured do believe that they're misunderstood and that people don't understand how much emotional pain they're in.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2006

  • At breakfast Mrs Wolff fussed in a feeble, self-injured manner because she was not admitted to the sick-room.

    The Fortunes of the Farrells

  • Between 14 percent and 24 percent of youth and young adults have self-injured at least once, according to background information in the study.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Those who self-injured were more likely to be female, suffer from bulimia nervosa rather than other eating disorders, and have a history of substance abuse.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The people with the most severe self-injury behavior often can think of little else as they go through their day - it becomes something more than just a way to deal with emotional pain, it becomes its own obsession, as it did with Becki, a person who self-injured and is profiled in an article that appeared online in

    World of Psychology

  • The students ranked as moderately addicted to the internet were 2.4 times more likely to have self-injured one to five times in the past 6 months than students without an addiction, said Dr Lawrence Lam from the University of Notre Dame Australia.

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  • The moderately-to-severely addicted students were almost five times more likely than non-addicted students to have self-injured six or more times in the past 6 months, Lam and his colleagues from Guangzhou's Sun Yat-Sen University reported.

    News24 Top Stories

  • The students ranked as moderately addicted to the Internet were 2.4 times more likely to have self-injured one to five times in the past 6 months than students without an addiction, said Dr. Lawrence Lam from the University of Notre Dame Australia.

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  • The moderately to severely addicted students were almost five times more likely than non-addicted students to have self-injured six or more times in the past 6 months, Lam and his colleagues from Guangzhou's Sun Yat-Sen University reported.

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