Tag Archives: suicide

Suicide | Mental Health Issues | Destigmatize Mental Health | Lone Tree Media | Nepal

W.H.O data shows that Nepal has the second highest number of suicide rate in ratio to the total population in South Asia. Recent studies add that 15 people commit suicide every day in Nepal. And suicide is currently the leading cause of death for 15 to 49-year-old Nepalese women. After 2015 Earthquake, the number of… Read More »

You Are Not Alone: Post-Traumatic Growth | Inside Youth Mental Health | KET

This video segment originally appeared in the program, “Trauma and Toxic Stress,” part of the KET series, “You Are Not Alone,” focusing on youth mental health. More than 20 years ago, Melinda Moore’s life was permanently altered when her husband died by suicide. That traumatic event led Moore to pursue a career in psychology with… Read More »

My Experience With PTSD

Hopefully this can help someone out there in some way. I’m no qualified psychiatric expert, but I figure it’s best to be open and speak out about these issues. I’m someone who learns best from experience, and I figure a lot of people out there are the same way. BUY MY QUALITY GOD CHURCH MERCH:… Read More »

Self-Harm & Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior

My experience with self injury and suicide and how to deal with it. Hurting oneself and/or contemplating suicide is never the answer. Finding a way to release negativity and having something positive to look forward to is a major step at overcoming negative feelings and emotions. I’ve struggled with my gender identity, male to female… Read More »

Brainsweep-Closing the Door to Suicide-Helping Survivors of Rape-BSW

Closing The Door To Suicide Specializing in Helping Survivors of Rape http://www.risingphoenix.co email: info@risingphoenix.co Violence against women and girls is a complex issue that permeates our culture. Around the world, rape and sexual abuse are everyday violent occurrences. Countless women and girls across the globe have experienced forced intercourse or some other type of forced… Read More »

Symptom of Age Regression

✨✨✨The Dissociative Identity Movement ~ https://kristinkarina.wixsite.com/kristinchronicles/single-post/dissociativeidentitymovementpromptoutline✨✨✨ The Dissociative Identity Movement is an annual month-long worldwide mental health advocacy movement to raise awareness regarding trauma, structural dissociation, dissociative disorders, & most importantly what it means to live with a dissociative identity. Our soft launch is during the month of March 2019. The movement will be in… Read More »

Heather Part 3: Searching For Validation

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »

Heather Part 7: Making Some Changes

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »

Ep#6 | Nick Pottorff: PTSD, Substance Abuse & Suicide Prevention

Nick shares his journey from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office. He discusses his medical retirement and drug addiction, as well as PTSD and past suicidal intentions. He now teaches mental health awareness and suicide prevention. njpottorff@gmail.com Source: Youtube

Heather Part 2: Feeling The Pain

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »