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Self-Harm: A Teacher's perspective on the way forward

I have my fair share of scars but have never cut or burned myself on purpose. I did once punch a wall in utter frustration, following an argument with my girlfriend at the time. I can remember staring at my collapsed knuckle and the blood oozing down my trembling hand; I felt a curious mix of fascination and relief. The pain came later, but for a minute or two the mental chaos fell away and I found myself in a still, quiet and peaceful place. This is the closest I have come to being able to understand 'self harm' - the strategic use of physical pain to temporarily relieve mental anguish.

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Crush Your First Challenge Before Breakfast!

Most students drag themselves out of bed with their alarm screaming. They begrudgingly climb into their uniform and slump downstairs to eat breakfast while still in a semi-stupor. By the time they step outside to face the day, they've already missed one of the best opportunities to improve their health, boost their mental focus and develop physical and mental resilience. If they invested just five minutes of that first hour to perform the simple routine outlined below, they would see huge gains in their academic and personal life.

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The 'Educational Wonder Drug' and how to get a free lifetime supply

Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? But what if I told you that not only is 'Tests of Life Cure-all' elixir real, but I can provide it to you free of charge. It has no negative side effects and is scientifically proven in repeated studies to improve student learning and mental wellbeing with almost 100% efficacy for those who commit to the treatment process? Would you at least be willing to give it a try?

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