Inside a Cutter’s Mind

by Jerusha Clark with Earl R. Henslin

When it comes to hopeful, non-triggering books for those who self-injure (or those who love them), there is unfortunately little to pick from. Inside a Cutter’s Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure by Jerusha Clark is a solid choice. Released in 2007, it’s the first we’ve found which presents a healthy, balanced, spiritually sensitive (yet non-judgmental) perspective on the struggle with cutting and other forms of self-injury.