Self-mutilation in Adolescence.
What is self-mutilation?
This high school, unlike others in the States, chooses to do something about the problems of adolescences now. The schools involvement in its students health and safety shows everyone that, self-harm is a true problem and that ignoring it won't make it go away.
The videos either encourage or discourage people to deal with their pain through self-mutilation. It all really depends on the person watching to depict what is good or bad for themselves.
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