By Their Own Young Hand: Deliberate Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideas in Adolescents

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APPENDIX VII

Further Reading

For young people who self-harm and their relatives

Arnold, L. and McGill, A. (1997) What's the Harm? A Book for Young People who Self-harm or Self-injure. Bristol: The Basement Project.

This book is written for young people who engage in deliberate self-harm and for friends who are worried about someone who self-harms. It aims to provide information about self-harm, how to stay safe if you engage in self-harm, how to get help and how to help a friend who self-harms.

Arnold, L. and McGill, A. (1998) The Self-harm Help Book. Abergavenny: The Basement Project.

This book is written for people who engage in deliberate self-harm. The book aims to show new ways for dealing with feelings of distress and to develop ways of supporting oneself.

Arnold, L. and McGill, A. (2000) Making Sense of Self-harm. Abergavenny: The Basement Project.

This book is written for people who want to know more about self-harm and for friends or relatives who are worried about someone who self-harms. It aims to help the reader to understand why people self-harm and to show the reader how he or she can respond helpfully and support someone who self-harms.

Macfarlane, A. and McPherson, A. (1999) Adolescents: The Agony, the Ecstasy, the Answers – A Book for Parents. London: Little Brown.

This book shows how parents view their teenagers, and vice versa, in order to enable each to recognise, appreciate and understand the other's viewpoint. It highlights areas of conflict and offers advice on how to get things right.

Based on real questions emailed to the Teenage Health Freak website, the following five books provide health information and advice for teenagers:

Macfarlane, A. and McPherson, A. (2003) Sex: The Truth (Teenage Health Freak). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Macfarlane, A. and McPherson, A. (2004) Bullying: The Truth (Teenage Health Freak). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Macfarlane, A. and McPherson, A. (2004) Drugs: The Truth (Teenage Health Freak). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Macfarlane, A. and McPherson, A. (2004) Relationships: The Truth (Teenage Health Freak). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Macfarlane, A. and McPherson, A. (2005) Stressed Out (Teenage Health Freak). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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