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Self destructive behavior

Introduction: Self destructive behavior

Description of Self destructive behavior

Self destructive behavior: behavior in which one has a tendency to do harm to oneself, either as a direct or indirect result of their actions; frequently marked by impulse, but also includes chronic, injurious behaviors.
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