Following his debate with a leading atheist, Glen Scrivener explains...
Having struggled with depression from childhood, Laura Miles became dependent on self-harm. Reaching rock bottom in her early 20s, she formed detailed plans to take her own life, but God had other ideas.
‘Self-harm was a way of communicating. It was a very flawed way of communicating because it was secret, but it was a way of communicating with the world...
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