Year: 2008
Module: Mental Health and Self-harm

This page lists the questions asked within the Mental Health and Self-harm module in 2008. Clicking on the question name printed to the left of every question will bring you to the tables of results for that question.


Q57_Fath: Can you talk to your father about things that really bother you?

Q57_Moth: Can you talk to your mother about things that really bother you?

Q57_SIBL: Can you talk to a brother or sister about things that really bother you?

Q57_Rel: Can you talk to another relative about things that really bother you?

Q57_Frnd: Can you talk to a friend about things that really bother you?

Q57_Teac: Can you talk to a teacher about things that really bother you?

Q57_Some: Can you talk to somebody else about things that really bother you?

Q58_Talk: When you are worried or upset how often do you talk to someone?

Q58_Blam: When you are worried or upset, how often do you blame yourself?

Q58_Get: When you are worried or upset, how often do you get angry?

Q58_Stay: When you are worried or upset, how often do you stay in your room?

Q58_Thnk: When you are worried or upset, how often do you think about how you dealt with similar situations?

Q58_Alc: When you are worried or upset, how often do you have an alcoholic drink?

Q58_Wory: When you are worried or upset, how often do you try not to think about what worries you?

Q58_Sort: When you are worried or upset, how often do you try to sort things out?

PROFHELP: Have you in the past year had any serious problems for which you felt you needed professional help?

HARMLONE: Are most young people who harm themselves lonely and depressed?

HARMSPUR: Do most young people who harm themselves do it on the spur of the moment?

HARMSUIC: Are most young people who harm themselves feeling suicidal?

HARMATTN: Are most young people who harm themselves trying to get attention?

HARMPREV: Could most young people who harm themselves have been prevented from doing so?

HARMILL: Are most young people who harm themselves mentally ill?

HARMHURT: Do most young people who harm themselves feel hurt inside?

OVERDOSE: Have you thought about taking an overdose or trying to harm yourself, but not done so?

HELPQ62: Did you talk to, or try to get help from, any people or sources on the last occasion? (Multiple Response Table)

DELIBOD: Have you ever deliberately taken an overdose or tried to harm yourself in some other way, such as cut yourself?

WHENOD: When was the last time you took an overdose or tried to harm yourself?

HOWHARM: Please describe what you did to harm yourself on that occasion. (categorised)

WHYHARM: Do any of these reasons help to explain why you harmed yourself? (Multiple Response Table)

TRYHELP: Did you talk or try to get help before your last incident of self-harm from any people or sources? (Multiple Response Table)

KNOWIT: Did anyone know about what you did on the last occasion of self-harm? (Multiple Response Table)

HLPAFTER: Did you try to get help afterwards for the problems that led you to harm yourself?

WHYNOHLP: Please say why you didn't try to get any help?

HOSPHELP: Did you go to hospital after you tried to harm yourself?

HELPFROM: Did you receive help from any people or sources? (Muliple Response Table)

ELSEHARM: Is there anything else you would like to say about stress, depression and self-harm?




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