- Of 2,141 individuals, 237children were victims of frequent bullying and of that number, 18 (around 8%) self harmed.
- Of 1,904 children who were not bullied, 44 (2%) self harmed.
- The research found marginally more girls (52%) than boys resorted to wounding themselves.
- It also showed bullied children with a family member who had either attempted or committed suicide were more likely to self harm than others.
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