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'Self harm became a way of coping'

A Sussex woman recalls how self harming helped her feel in control.

Amy Patterson, who now helps to raise awareness in schools and colleges, told Sunday Politics South East about how she was bullied in school and why she still feels a stigma.

Sara Neville also spoke to Rose Allett of Right Here Brighton & Hove, and to Dr Becky Jarvis, clinical lead mental health with Brighton CCG.

If you need help, you can seek advice from several web sites listed further down this page.

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