www.helpguide.org An excellent, non-commercial website with all kinds of resources created after a woman's suicide and supported by the Santa Monica Rotary Club American Psychological Association … [Read more...] about Helpful Websites
I like the words SAD PERSONS to describe those more at risk for serious self-harm: S: Sex, males more likely A: Age, 25-54, increased risk for suicide and males above 75 D: Depression, P: Previous … [Read more...] about Who is at risk for suicide?
How does one deal with the suicide of someone they care about? Here are some ideas from the book, Surviving a Suicide Loss: A Resource and Healing Guide Survivors often experience a wide range of … [Read more...] about Grieving a Loss to Suicide
De-stress for the Holidays! What could possibly be stressful about the holidays, you ask? Family gatherings can be festive and fun. But as soon as family comes together, there is more opportunity … [Read more...] about Tips for Holiday Stress..
When we focus excessively on the negative parts of our lives we can start to make grooves in our brains that make it easier the next time to experience those negative thoughts. While we should have … [Read more...] about Creating positive pathways
Isn't comparing ourselves to others an essential part of being a person? Who doesn't at some point look at a more attractive, wealthier, more educated, more successful, younger friend, colleague, … [Read more...] about Comparing ourselves to others