Cut Callie cuts herself Never too deep never enough to die But enough to feel the pain Enough to feel the scream inside Now she s at Sea Pines a residential treatment facility filled with girls struggli

  • Title: Cut
  • Author: Patricia McCormick
  • ISBN: 9780439324595
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
  • Callie cuts herself Never too deep, never enough to die But enough to feel the pain Enough to feel the scream inside.Now she s at Sea Pines, a residential treatment facility filled with girls struggling with problems of their own Callie doesn t want to have anything to do with them She doesn t want to have anything to do with anyone She won t even speak.But CallieCallie cuts herself Never too deep, never enough to die But enough to feel the pain Enough to feel the scream inside.Now she s at Sea Pines, a residential treatment facility filled with girls struggling with problems of their own Callie doesn t want to have anything to do with them She doesn t want to have anything to do with anyone She won t even speak.But Callie can only stay silent for so long

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    • Patricia McCormick

      Patricia McCormick is a journalist and writer She graduated from Rosemont College in 1978, followed by an M.S from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 1986 and an M.F.A from New School University in 1999 Her first novel for teens was Cut, about a young woman who self injures herself This was followed by My Brother s Keeper in 2005, about a boy struggling with his brother s addiction and Sold in 2006 Her awards include the American Library Association Best Book of the Year, New York Public Library Best Book for the Teenaged and the Children s Literature Council s Choice She has written for The New York Times, Parents Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, Ladies Home Journal, Town Country, More, Reader s Digest, Mademoiselle and other publications and has been an adjunct professor of journalism at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and an instructor of creative writing at the New School University She lives in New York with two children, a husband and two cats.

    456 thoughts on “Cut

    • I actually read this book approximately two years ago, while I was undergoing the problem presented in this book What I had hoped to find was perhaps a level of understanding, or just some any meaning But in all honestly, I finished it about two hours later, consumed by irritation and aggravation at the injustice of this book on a scale of many different levels As I ve stated, I am one of the people who has undergone the emotions and mentality in order to become so desensitised as to perform act [...]

    • I m going to skip over the summary of the story as many other reviewers have already taken care of that and explain my reasoning behind a single star rating.First of all, I am a cutter have been for 10 years and will always identify as such whether or not I m actively self injuring who grew up with a neglectful mother who suffers from untreated bipolar disorder In my opinion, based on my experiences and the reasons behind my cutting, I will say that a good 98% of this book is either a heavily gl [...]

    • You know, it s hard to review a book like this one I bought this book while I was going through some tough situations and they recommended it to me, saying it would help me with my own cutting issues And, I m happy to say, it did.This book was no Love story, it was no inspirational story, not a memoir, not dramatic It was just real I was incredibly surprised when I heard that the author has never self harmed, I really was, it was like reading my own story Callie is a cutter and she s interned in [...]

    • I read that the author researched for 3 years before writing this book Now is that violating GR s terms since I mentioned the author Heck it s to the point where I don t know how to review a book any I guess since I m giving it 2 stars which is not horrible it s ok If she did I just don t get it The characters completely felt lifeless to me Maybe if the book was longer I ve read shorter books though that got their point across better It s a sensitive subject that s handled here and I have a very [...]

    • Reviewed by Cana Rensberger for TeensReadTooCUT is an amazing first novel by Patricia McCormick that offers a glimpse inside the mind of a 15 year old girl who cuts herself For Callie, life just became too complicated The solution lay right in front of her One tiny cut A bubble of red And yes, pain Then, escape Callie now resides at Sea Pines with several other girls seeking treatment for a myriad of other disorders She goes to group share time, hooks her sleeves over her thumbs, and hides behin [...]

    • I remember reading this book when I was eleven or so, and I found it really interesting The way it s written the main character speaks in a way that she addresses You yourself, as if you re her counselor sort of just sucks you in, and you sort of find yourself in Callie s head, seeing things the way she sees them.I read this book back when I was a normal little kid, too The subject matter didn t really bother me then I guess, because it s really, really a fascinating book.

    • We all get depressed every now and then in our lives and to cure ourselves is a good laugh But could you picture yourself becoming seriously depressed and your only relief is to self mutilate Patricia McCormick, the author of Cut , can This book is written in the first hand account of the author Patricia describes growing up as an empty teen with many hardships and her only escape is to hold a blade against her skin and cut To think that her troubles would stop there, she s sent to Sea Pines or [...]

    • I just finished reading this about 10 minutes ago, and I wanted to get this review written while my emotions were still fresh I have to admit though, it s kind of hard to have many emotions with this book I picked it up at The Goodwill after a friend told me she read it and liked it It s a pretty short read, so I picked it up Sometimes the shortest books are the most delightful reads This one however, wasn t It s a story about this girl named Callie, who has some kind of connection with running. [...]

    • This book is obviously called Cut if you like drama and detailed writing, this is the book for you I do not recomend it to younger viewers It is about a girl who cuts her wrists to replace her emotional pain with physical pain She also never talks After her mom found out she was cutting her wrists, she was sent to a place for people who are, Physicaly hurting themselves, Anorexic and other illnesses After a month or two she finds ways to cut herself while she is there And she begins to talk a li [...]

    • I waited the entire book for some big twist Callie is in a treatment facility because she is lost in her own depression and anxiety to the point that she s completely mute and self harms The whole time I m waiting to hear the details of why and how she s fallen into this pit of despair What horrible traumatic event did she go through Was she attacked Abused Had some horrible accident Survivors guilt What Then you find out that it s because view spoiler her brother has asthma hide spoiler That s [...]

    • What a great book I have read a lot of mental illness books this year and this one was something I could totally relate to Which allowed me to be invested in Callie s story and her recovery.Callie is a cutter She blames herself for her parents distance For her mom being a nervous wreak, for her brother being sick Callie has no way of expressing her fear, her sadness and anger and so she cuts herself To numb the pain I may not have been a cutter but I was a pincher I would pinch the inside of my [...]

    • Wow this book is such a package for being such a short read The main protaginist is Callie a fifteen year old girl who suffers from an addiction that makes her cut herself The story focuses on the time she spends at the Sea Pines Sick Minds Treatment Center and how she recovers from her problem.As someone who knows what it feels like to experience this type of self injury, this book really hindered my ability to really enjoy the book for what it s worth I would give the book a 3.5, or some score [...]

    • I can really relate to calli, the main character in the book She is fighting a mental illness and so do I It s like this book was about me, besides the cutting, this book was pretty good

    • I had heard a lot about this book before I read it, even before I had heard of booktube and equivalent sites One half of my dual major is psychology, so I was hoping for a good explanation on the mental health topics covered in it also coming from a perspective of going through some of the things in this book as well, and I wanted a book to relate to in some way shape or form I heard about some of the author s statements on why she wrote them, but since I heard so much about this small volume, I [...]

    • CutBy Patricia McCormickPublished in 2002Publisher PushClassification Young Adult fictionThis book Cut has a interesting story line In the book you saw just how kids with problems are like Cut is about a 13 year old girl named Callie, who likes to cut herself Never to deep, but just enough for her to feel the pain Callie s parents sent her to a residential treatment facility to try to get her to stop cutting herself The only problem is that Callie won t talk Not until another girl checks in who [...]

    • A girl cuts herself and ends up in this clinic She stays quiet for along time and the people from the clinic tries to kick her because they say she doesnt have insurance money but the girl thinks because she does not talk to no one Then she cuts herself badly and goes to her counclier and finally starts talking to her counclier She stats talking with her group, then she ran out the door she ran so far she got lost and dad gets called from her than she has to decide either she wants to stay were [...]

    • i m a sucker for the second person, so i think that i enjoyed the book than i would have otherwise i m especially a sucker for second person when relating to a therapist, so this was kind of tailored for me that said, i think it could have been also, it didn t make a ton of sense most people don t get shipped to resident facilities the first time they are really caught cutting the reasoning behind her cutting was vague and, i thought, a little trite when she was so clearly capable of then aga [...]

    • The general idea of this book was a good one I, myself struggle with the problem in this book The fact that the author had to research for this book makes me angry I feel as if since she didn t have the problem herself she shouldn t have written it.I heard a lot of good things about this book but, when I read it I got very frustrated First off, you cannot cut yourself with a credit card That is very unrealistic Along with the fact that in mental hospitals they do not allow their patients to use [...]

    • I just finished this right before bed and i can t decide what rating to give it Maybe a high 3 I liked how it showed an inner look at mental illness and self destruction I think it would help lots of people understand how hard it is and maybe have respect for those who self harm I loved the writing and Callie Those who self harm don t do it for attention As the book showed they do it to let out inner feelings that they are trying to cope with I ve been clean for a year and a half I m very proud [...]

    • Well, there was some good stuff and some bad stuff Good interesting characters particularly fellow patients at Sea Pines , Callie s life story is relatively original, perspective is interesting, at some point becomes hard to put down, good ending also, I m a sucker for books written in the second person Bad vague, and somewhat unrealistic For example, the fact that she was in Sea Pines in the first place was just not true to real life Believe me you just do not get shipped off to a mental health [...]

    • Books like this are often read by people who are suffering from the same pain as the main character and maybe in some cases it is comforting or cathartic to read about a similar situation But even if that is the case I still think it s difficult to identify with the main character Callie has some problems with depression, granted But she is attention seeking in her silent treatment behavior and the progress she makes in the facility sounds superficial.But I may be too close to the issue to judge [...]

    • Emma Andrewsperiod 12 13 Cut by Patricia McCormickpgs 160completed September 11, 2009rating 8Book 2Although she may be a very minor character in the book, the waitress from Dunkin Donuts has a major importance You re probably thinking out of all the people that Callie has met, you choose the Dunkin Donut waitress Of course, because this one stranger helps Callie realize that she needs to get better Whereas people such as her doctors and therapists, have not once convinced Callie that Sea Pines i [...]

    • A few years ago, I tried to explain the life of a cutter to a friend I tried to explain the reasoning of a cutter and desperation they feel but he was really confused and totally didn t get it He didn t understand why they would do it, what they get out of it, why they can t just stop and they aren t crazy or suicidal This book puts all that into words with Callie s story This book needs to be read by so many, especially those that cut, that they know they are not alone and they can get help and [...]

    • 9th book read in 2015.Number 12 out of 437 on my all time book list.Follow the link below to see my video review youtube watch v vaq5w

    • DNF at around 50% I just really didn t like this book and I had a lot of problems with it More in depth reasons throughout reviews 1.5 stars basically 1 star I threw in the extra half story mainly for the hell of it of my reason behind later on Then I place the blade next to the skin on my palm A tingle arced across my scalp The flood tipped up at me and my body spiraled away Then I was on the ceiling looking down, waiting to see what would happen next What happened next was that a perfect, str [...]

    • I actually read Cut a couple of years ago around the time when I first began reading YA However, when I was asked to partake in a promotion for it, I decided to give it another read, as I did not remember much about it Amazingly enough, Patricia McCormick s Cut was even spectacular than I remembered It seriously took my breath away with its realistic and raw portrayal of a teen dealing with a cutting problem For Callie, life hasn t been all roses and peaches lately She is currently residing at [...]

    • In the story Cut by Patricia McCormick, Callie a 15 year old girl suffers from cutting herself She was sent to Sea Pines or as she calls it Sick Minds, for help Sea Pines is a facility to help teens with mental illnesses and disorders For the first few weeks she was there she didn t talk at all, she didn t say one word to anyone She would sit in group with all of the other girls there, and not say anything Callie would listen to everyone speak, but would never say a word After Callie found out t [...]

    • Callie is a 15 year old girl that cuts her self She cuts her self because she thinks everything is her fault For example she believes she is responsible for her little brother, Sam, sickness of asthma because she was alone with Sam when he got his first attack Since her family found out she was cutting herself they decided to take her to a treatment center called Sea Pines or as everyone calls it Sick Minds It got that name because Sydney She gives things important a name She calls Callie S.T fo [...]

    • Cut is a story that has a very dramatic and sad tone Despite the sadness is couldn t put it down Patricia McCormick is an amazing author for writing such an unbelievably exquisite book Cut is about a teen girl who feels as if self harming is the way to go for inner pain relief Her name is Callie Callie was sent to Sea Pines rehabilitation center She was refusing treatment for self harming until she broke her long term silence The tone of the story was so nice it was in Callie s prospective and y [...]

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