Many of us can pinpoint moments in our lives that have shaped us into the people we are.
What I want people to know about my brother isn’t how he died, but rather how he lived.
The election of the new members took place in New York on December 5, 2018.
I have learned that while the past is painful, it is behind me, and every step towards the future takes me further from it.
With each day comes a new hurdle. I have chosen to meet those hurdles with grace and courage. I will not hide away any longer.
Together, we can be the voice, and we can make a difference.
Massive Public Health Initiative Needed to Lower the Suicide Rate, Claims Nation’s Largest Suicide Prevention Organization
I hope I can communicate the unique beauty of my brother, and the complex emotions I’ve experienced in mourning the loss of such beauty.
Here, in their own words, are some of the people participating, and what walking for suicide prevention means to them.
Over the years, I’ve found that when I struggle, these strategies keep my candle burning.
The six months following discharge from a psychiatric inpatient stay are a time of increased risk for suicidal ideation and behavior.
Together, this is a fight we can win.