This is a great book to read if you do any public speaking. The simple way in which the concepts are discussed with many examples and case studies will make you a much more interesting speaker.
As I work hard each day following the field of suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention, I come across emotionally moving realities like what is found here in this post.
A war photographer’s images turn from the War across the seas to the War that happens when our Veterans return home.
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Minutes before he took his life he sent an apology tweet on his Twitter account at 9:21 a.m.
The tweet stated: “I love all of you. This day has been coming for a long time I love my family so much and especially (my girlfriend) I’m sorry.”
Here is a portion of his story
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Panic attacks are a very common part of our lives. Rarely will you find someone who hasn’t had at least one panic attack in their life.
Here is a short video of tips and things you can do to help yourself or someone else who is having a panic attack.
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Just a simple and quick update about the launch of the Faith-Based Teen Text Helpline