Suicide Prevention Week is underway. During this week individuals and organizations around the country join their voices to broadcast the message that suicide can be prevented, and to reach as many people as possible with …Read more »
People are being heard now and the invisible wounds of war are really being accepted and taken seriously. Charlotte
I hope that in all the years I’ll be doing this that I’ve helped at least one person, not so much out of a crisis but to dig themselves out of a hole a little bit more. Michael E.
Despite the odds, people can recover. People recover and stay well. It happens all the time. Jamin
The solutions lie within the best attributes of our culture and the strength that that brings us and the spiritual wellness that that brings us. Art
It’s the sphere of judgment of what others will think that prevents people from talking about their loss and ultimately healing. Annabelle
Knowing my authentic self and being proud to share with the world who I truly am, this is the ultimate freedom for me. Michael B.
Many people were deeply saddened by the suicide deaths of Kate Spade, Anthony Bourdain and Chester Bennington. Survivors of suicide loss are usually understood to be family and friends of the person who died. But …Read more »
Discussing mental health concerns is “taboo” in a variety of Asian-American communities where seeking help is stigmatized.Read more »
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To make sure everyone feels safe and that no matter what you are going through, no matter how bad the depression or suicidal thoughts, somebody will be there. - lilli
Maintain a healthy, nutritious and colorful diet. Walk, play golf and dance often. Use a pedometer and measure at least 10k steps. Stay close to family and friends. Be grateful and blessed each and every day. Volunteer for others at least 2 times/week. Keep a diary!! - Cynthia
To devote my time and energy to raising awareness for mental disorders and to help loved ones of those struggling in the system so they don't feel alone and defeated. - Honnney
Speak Up - RLO
To provide a helping hand for the people that struggle with mental illness. - cienna