FOUR charities have got together to publicise Self-Harm Awareness Day on March 1 by joining thousands of people tweeting and talking about the issue.
Self-harming among young people has risen dramatically in the UK. It is estimated that one in 12 young people in the UK have self-harmed at some point, but the charities - ChildLine, Selfharm.co.uk, YouthNet and YoungMinds - believe the figure could be greater.
Their aim is to get people talking about self-harm, to challenge the many misconceptions around why young people do it and how to support them.
You can find out more about Self-Harm Awareness Day on our websites and join in the debate on twitter via #selfharm.