What is a “protective factor”? In the context of substance abuse and treatment, a “protective factor” reduces the likelihood of an individual to initiate drug and alcohol abuse. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the following have been identified as protective factors against substance...

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Self-harm is often considered as a ‘taboo’ topic of which to be kept to oneself or ignored unless there is a perceived suicidal impulse with each cut.

Unfortunately, that leaves the majority of us who have the overwhelming tendency to either cope with stress, anxiety, depression,...

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