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    Chewing on your lips considered self harm?

    So I have read that Chewing on your lips and on the inside of your mouth is considered self harm is this true. cause I do this all the time
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    Re: Chewing on your lips considered self harm?

    I can't say i've ever heard that one. I think it has more to do with nervousness or anxiety or just habit than anything else.

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