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    One of our residents used to keep a 'feelings' diary Debs. It was very private, but occasionally, when she felt like it, she would show it to whoever her favourite member of staff was at the time. It didn't stop her self-harming, but it it did lessen the frequency of it. Just an idea.

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    That's not a bad idea, I'll ask her if she wants to do some thing like that. At the moment, the only person she's talking to AFAIK is some random she's picked up online, who says he's an EMO teen....but who could be a paedo grooming her. Who bloody knows!

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    Its utterly outside my experience, but you have my best wishes for you and mini.

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    Thanks Gaz. :)

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    Deb, I use scrap books. So the kids can write, draw, stick stuff in, whatever makes them feel like they are expressing themselves. Sometimes it is song lyrics or poems. images from the net are popular too. Often it is a scribble. But it is communication. When they are ready to share, they leave it open, or leave it on my desk or bring it to me.

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