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Teens in distress need support and understanding from family members and other trusted adults.
Whether you are a parent, grandparent or other trusted adult, you may be someone who cares about a teen who harms himself/herself.
This behavior is very distressing for the adult who cares for the teen. The purpose of this column is to help the trusted adult know how to best help the teen who self-harms.
This is also the topic of the Family Caregiver Health Bulletin for July 2013. I encourage you to read it on the Anderson County Extension Office website.
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