Alexa Shank and Kelsey Fyffe

Self-Harm In Sharp Objects

Self-Harm In Sharp Objects

Did you know that Camille Preaker's word carving ritual is a real thing? Kelsey breaks down how the HBO miniseries, Sharp Objects, portrays self-harm and surviving child abuse. References Black, E. B., & Mildred, H. (2018). Characteristics of non‐suicidal self‐injury in women accessing internet help sites. Clinical Psychologist, 22(1), 37–45. HBO. (2018). Sharp Objects. Nicolaou, E. (n.d.). What Exactly Happened In The Creepy Shack In Sharp Objects? Retrieved from Walsh, M. (2018, July 23). There's A Reason Behind The Words On Camille's Body In 'Sharp Objects'. Retrieved from Witt, K., Milner, A., Spittal, M. J., Hetrick, S., Robinson, J., Pirkis, J., & Carter, G. (2019). Population attributable risk of factors associated with the repetition of self-harm behaviour in young people presenting to clinical services: a systematic review and meta-analysis. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 28(1), 5–18.

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