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STRENGTH FOR SURVIVORS (PART 3)

  Ways to Help a Survivor of Suicide Loss If you know someone who has lost a loved one to suicide, there are many things you can do. In addition, by reaching out, you also help take stigma out of the equation.   Don’t be afraid to acknowledge the death. Extend your condolences; express your…

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STUDY ON SUICIDE

Study on Suicide 1 Kings 19:4, “But he himself went a day’s journey into the wilderness, and came and sat down under a juniper tree: and he requested for himself that he might die; and said, It is enough; now, O LORD, take away my life; for I am not better than my fathers.” A…

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THE DISORGANIZED ATTACHMENT STYLE

Those with a disorganized attachment style do not believe that they are worthy of love or capable of obtaining love from others.   They do not believe that they can trust others to be safe as attachment figures.  Behavior can become very erratic with no solid behavior response. What we need to note here is that …

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SUICIDE RATES AMONG ADOLESCENTS HAVE DOUBLED

    A tragic ending to 18-year-old Brandy Vela’s life. On Tuesday, she shot and killed herself while standing in front of her family. As for why? Texas City Police believe she was a target of cyber bullying. It is cases like Vela’s that draw attention to suicides in the U.S., especially among the younger generation. According…

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TEENS PLAYING ‘CHOKING GAME’; AND SUICIDAL THOUGHTS

As reported by Fox News: Choking game riskiest when kids play alone Published November 21, 2016  Reuters Kids who play “choking games” to achieve a euphoric high are more likely to be suicidal and face a greater risk of injury and death when they play alone, a U.S. study suggests. It’s dangerous enough in groups,…

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