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What Everyone Get’s Wrong About Suicide

From: http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/causes/what-everyone-gets-wrong-about-suicide/ar-AAGay48?ocid=ientp Assumption: If a person is determined to end their life, there is nothing you can do Why that’s wrong: Some people think that suicidal people can reach a stage where they’re “too far gone.” Not true. “Because suicide is such a drastic step and goes against our fundamental urge toward self-preservation, most suicidal …

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Thinking of My Father

  I’m thinking of Daddy today. “Forr All The Saints” appears more than once in “Out of the Whirlpool.” Holding my father’s hand as he died was a gift beyond description. I still think of his brave heart and strong arms. And, so, for All Saints Day, here are two excerpts from the book. ~~~ …

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A survivor’s story: Say it out loud – “Suicide.” – VAntage Point

New blog post on the official US Department of Veterans Affairs Blog. A survivor’s story: Say it out loud – “Suicide.” – VAntage Point “My dream is a world in which suicide does not exist. Impossible perhaps but I’m going to dream it anyway. I know I, alone, can’t make that dream come true. All …

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Where It All Began

For folks who’ve elected to be notified by email when I post to my blog, I’ve sorta moved my blog. I’ll continue to post here occasionally but the majority of my blogging will be on my new site. One of these days I’ll figure out how to copy subscribers from this blog to that one. …

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