The darkness is a trick, stopping you from the greatness you were meant to be, and the happiness that you will never get to see.
And greatness doesn’t have to be world-wide famous, but simply inner peace, loving yourself for who you are – happiness, making a positive difference in your own life, and just waking up to enjoy a day, good or bad, but you’re here, with us!
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If you are someone who is thinking of ending your life, we WANT YOU to be alive, especially.ourwhirl.com
Because we know you have a heart, that you care, and wear your heart on your sleeve. We need more of you, less of selfishness, scorn, greed. Nothing is worth ending your life over. NOTHING. You are here for a reason, and you’ll never know that purpose if you give up, while evil thrives and wins.
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We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. Call 988 or 1-800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
And Tyler Perry says it all. 💞
Focusing on what you can control is the first part of happiness. What is in your control: living, and not committing suicide. Then take each day at a time, live for the day, without overwhelming yourself about tomorrow, next week, next month, or next year. You’ll start to notice “time” in each day, how valuable every minute is – because you are here with us, and how to make the most of time. Even if time is spent just to sit in peace or reaching out to someone to be at peace. Time is your most valuable asset, in your control, that no one can take away from you. Time is something we want you to have. “Darkness” is only a temporary part of time, a time in life that everyone goes through.
Don’t assume no one will understand whatever it is you are going through. This is why calling 988 or 800-273-8255 is so important, so that your time with us is not taken away.
Hello… My name is Andre… As you know, many individuals who have been suicidal either have a mental or substance use disorder, or both, and this has encouraged me to join the community outreach team for AddictionCenter.com. Our web guide provides information on addiction and suicide recovery options and the benefits of committing to a recovery program.Andre Franklin, AddictionCenter.com
You can review our page on suicide and addiction here: https://www.addictioncenter.com/addiction/addiction-and-suicide/. Our team would be honored to support your dedication to informing the community about ways to maintain mental wellness. Together we can help all walks of life on their journey to recovery!
Community Outreach Specialist
P: (800) 586-9670
My name is Andre, and I admire your dedication to providing health and wellness resources for the community, especially regarding addiction. As you know, many individuals who have been suicidal either have a mental or substance use disorder, or both, and this has encouraged me to join the community outreach team for AddictionCenter.com. Our web guide provides information on addiction and suicide recovery options and the benefits of committing to a recovery program.
You can review our page on suicide and addiction here: https://www.addictioncenter.com/addiction/addiction-and-suicide/. Our team would be honored to support your dedication to informing the community about ways to maintain mental wellness. Would you be willing to add it as a resource to https://www.tamra.nyc/suicide-8002738255/? Together we can help all walks of life on their journey to recovery!
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts,
Community Outreach Specialist
P: (800) 586-9670
Thanks for your comment. Yes, addictions can, and do, lead to suicide attempts. However, unresolved trauma is one of the most common causes of suicide – bullying, child abuse and/or rape, violence against others witnessed, extreme poverty, human trafficking and general public safety neglect.
It’s the unresolved traumas that civic leaders need to focus on, especially for today’s children witnessing crime after crime against their fellow students – either in class or at home with family or non-family.
Because if it’s not suicide, it’s murder at the hands of apathetic persons. I was just reading about Larry Price Jr. https://popular.info/p/the-untimely-death-of-larry-price Mr. Price’s death was not suicide. Mr. Price was a person who suffered from mental illness, because of a traumatic childhood incident, that caused his mind to split, and left him in chaos, without one adult to help him get counseling needed. Each day Mr. Price lived, cried out, but no one cared to hear him. Even when held in prison without bail, Mr. Price cried out for help, but was ignored.
We need to change the culture of civic leaders, to recognize when those are in need, get the help needed, and call out those leaders. We also need to hold leaders accountable when toxic persons are hired, persons who ignore or toy with basic well-being of others, while calling themselves “pro-life,” a “hero,” or “community leader.” Else, we are failing an entire generation, which is running out of options as equal jobs, housing and education are all becoming unattainable goals, leading to more and more suffering of others.
But your link will remain here with this post, and added to the bottom of post as well. Again, thanks for sharing. 🙂