Risky Business: The Higher Risk of Nonsuicidal Self Injury in Bisexual Individuals


Bisexual individuals are at 4.5 to 6 higher risk of self harming than heterosexual individuals, according to this online study.

Brendan Dunlop talks about the self-harm risks and nuanced needs of bisexual individuals. For updates on the study, follow them on Twitter here.

Brendan J. Dunlop is a clinical psychologist in training at the University of Manchester, UK, and co-investigator on the Self-Injury in Young Bisexual People - a Longitudinal Investigation (SIBL) study.

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