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Books - May 21st 2011, 02:56 AM

I know there have been threads on this before, but most of them weren't helpful to me, and I'm hoping some new stuff has come out. I'm looking for books that have a main story having to do with self-harm, or suicide/depression/mental illness/eating disorders, but mainly self-harm.

I've already read:
Impulse - Ellen Hopkins
Cut - Patricia McCormick
Girl, Interrupted - Susanna Keyson (sp?)
Scars - Cheryl Rainfield
Thirteen Reasons Why - Jay Asher
Identical - Ellen Hopkins
Hold Still - Nina LaCour
Willow - Julia Hoban
Crosses - Shelley Stoehr
Love You Hate You Miss You - Elizabeth Scott
Cut - Cathy Glass
Bloodletting - Victoria Leatham
Break - Hannah Moskowitz
Skin Game - Caroline Kettlewell
You Know Where to Find Me - Rachel Cohn
Love Sick - Jake Coburn
Sharp Objects - Gillian Flynn

There are certain ones I know about, but saw the movie and they look really boring or I already know too much of the story like Prozac Nation, The Virgin Suicides both were boring movies. Speak was really good, but I know the story too well to really want to read it.

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Re: Books - May 21st 2011, 02:59 AM

Purpose for the pain by Renee Yohe?

The lines I wear around my wrist are there to prove that I exist

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