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13th Jun '17 4:56:22 PM NightShade96
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* Wiki/SCPFoundation: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-847 SCP-847]] is a mannequin that shatters parts of itself that a male who spends time with it finds undesirable or outdated.
5th Jun '17 3:30:15 AM LinTaylor
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* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Captain Ginyu wounds himself by stabbing his own hand into his chest, which greatly shocks Goku...but not as much as Ginyu's subsequent use of a [[GrandTheftMe body-change]] technique, leaving Goku in his badly injured body.
31st May '17 7:27:27 PM ectostar
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* self-injury.net maintains a [[http://self-injury.net/media/famous-self-injurers list]] of celebrities who have admitted to hurting themselves.

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* self-injury.net maintains a [[http://self-injury.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20150120074240/https://self-injury.net/media/famous-self-injurers list]] of celebrities who have admitted to hurting themselves.
4th May '17 7:23:37 PM WriterGirl2015
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* The original script for ''Film/{{Titanic}}'' depicted Rose as being a bit more depressed and unstable as she is described as digging a crab fork into her arm until it bleeds under the dinner table as a prelude to her breakdown in her stateroom and attempted suicide.

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* The original script for ''Film/{{Titanic}}'' depicted Rose as being a bit more depressed and unstable as she is described as digging a crab fork into her arm until it bleeds under the dinner table as a prelude to her breakdown in her stateroom and attempted suicide. She is depressed because life as a rich high society girl makes her feel empty inside and like screaming.
4th May '17 7:20:50 PM WriterGirl2015
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* The original script for ''Film/{{Titanic}}'' depicted Rose as being a bit more depressed and unstable as she is described as digging a crab fork into her arm until it bleeds under the dinner table as a prelude to her breakdown in her stateroom and attempted suicide.
1st May '17 6:46:17 AM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/TheSouthernReachTrilogy'', the biologist discovers that pain holds the transformation at bay, [[spoiler:so in her 30-year-stay at Area X she is revealed to have done things such as deliberately stepping on a nail and allowing herself to be bitten by a venomous snake.]] Grace discovers the biologist's notes and also does some self-harm to stop the change.
17th Apr '17 10:16:08 AM Seanette
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* In the penultimate Season 2 episode of ''Series/ShamelessUS'', [[spoiler:Monica, the Gallagher matriarch ([[MissingMom in name, not in practice mind you]]), is shown with her slit wrists on the floor during the Thanksgiving dinner. She is bipolar, and had not been taking her medication for some time prior to the incident.]]
** In Season 4, Debbie Gallagher self-harms after a complicated breakup with her boyfriend.
3rd Apr '17 5:39:59 AM Tightwire
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* [[ThePenance Self-punishment]]: some people who self-harm actively loathe themselves and feel like they deserve to be hurt.

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* [[ThePenance Self-punishment]]: some people who self-harm actively loathe themselves do it because they think they've done something that warrants punishment, or perhaps they suffer from self-loathing and feel like think they deserve to be hurt.suffer pain.
18th Mar '17 5:56:26 PM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Extreme Risk", B'Elanna Torres had been playing high-risk holodeck programs with the safety protocols removed. She's been treating the subsequent injuries herself so the Doctor won't find out what she's up to, but this trope is also implied when B'Elanna admits that she just wants to feel something, after the [[EveryonesDeadDave death of most of her Maquis friends]] back in the Alpha Quadrant.

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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Extreme Risk", B'Elanna Torres had been playing high-risk holodeck programs with the safety protocols removed. She's been treating the subsequent injuries herself so the Doctor won't find out what she's up to, but this trope is also implied when B'Elanna admits that she just wants to feel something, after receiving news of the [[EveryonesDeadDave death [[EverybodysDeadDave annihilation of most of her Maquis friends]] the Maquis]] back in the Alpha Quadrant.
18th Mar '17 5:54:55 PM JackG
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** After discovering [[spoiler:that she isn't a real person]], Dawn is discovered with a knife in one hand and a large gash on the other arm. She then asks "Is this blood?", suggesting that the incident [[spoiler:was an attempt to see if she was human]].
** Faith is a bit of an atypical variant, as she's harming her body while her mind isn't actually occupying it. (As such, this could be argued not to be harming "herself" per se. That said, all of the self-loathing and rage of a self-harmer is present as she lays into her Buffy-occupied body.)

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** After discovering [[spoiler:that she isn't a real person]], was BornOfMagic, Dawn is discovered with a knife in one hand and a large gash on the other arm. She then asks "Is this blood?", suggesting that the incident [[spoiler:was was an attempt to see if she was human]].
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** Faith is a bit of an atypical variant, as she's harming her body [[GrandTheftMe while her mind isn't actually occupying it.it]]. (As such, this could be argued not to be harming "herself" per se. That said, all of the self-loathing and rage of a self-harmer is present as she lays into her Buffy-occupied body.)



* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': A crew member enacts dangerous behavior and self-harming.

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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': A crew member enacts dangerous behavior and self-harming.''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Extreme Risk", B'Elanna Torres had been playing high-risk holodeck programs with the safety protocols removed. She's been treating the subsequent injuries herself so the Doctor won't find out what she's up to, but this trope is also implied when B'Elanna admits that she just wants to feel something, after the [[EveryonesDeadDave death of most of her Maquis friends]] back in the Alpha Quadrant.
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