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It's hard to believe, but people still care.

We have suffered immense pain and loss, and we're committed to sharing our remaining strength with anyone who needs it.

If you've got strength to offer others, join us in the fight against suicide.

If you need strength, please accept our honest efforts to support you before you attempt suicide. Suicide sucks, nobody deserves that. 

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April's fight against Anorexia and Suicide

You just gotta know that you're not alone, ever.

Taylor

"Never a Victim"

Surviving Rape and Finding Happiness

Remember that your past doesn't have to define your future.

Kim

"It does not define me."

You Can Overcome Your Past

Put your pride on a shelf, and get help."

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To Prevent Suicide: Be Helpfully Nosy

To Prevent Suicide: Be Helpfully Nosy

To Prevent Suicide: Be Helpfully Nosy It’s quite the scary position to be in. You’re hearing comments like, “the world would be so much better off ...
Would It have Changed Your Mind, if you Knew?

Would It have Changed Your Mind, if you Knew?

Part I It’s no surprise that I wonder what you were thinking when you decided to commit suicide. I’m past the part of grieving where that questio...
To You; The One Who Wants To End It All

To You; The One Who Wants To End It All

You don’t know me, but I know you. You can’t see me, but I see you. Today was hard, wasn’t it? Yesterday, too. The day before that was worse, an...

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My Word for 2019: Healing

My Word for 2019: Healing

As someone who has dealt with suicidal ideation for over fifteen years, it’s often a miracle if I make it to the end of another year. But I still want to progress. I want to try to use the beginning of a new year to inspire myself to be better. So instead of setting hard goals, I choose a word to live by for the year. Just one word. This year, my word is healing.