Remember in September – A Daily Post for National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month Post #5

As long as sweet Sue keeps writing them, I’ll keep sharing them. Word choice DOES matter.

My Loud Whispers of Hope

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

Every day in the month of September I will post something related to suicide to increase awareness, educate and prevent suicide. It may be some important facts, an educational video, a music video, other videos, quotes, stories and anything to increase awareness, educate and give hope to everyone who has suicidal thoughts, suicidal ideations or is a survivor of a friend or family member that died by suicide.

I think the cause and message is very important. I want to make a post a day on my blog every day in the month of September for National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. It is important for all of us to do our part.

We must make our voices heard very loud and strong about mental illness, mental illness stigma and suicide prevention. It is critical. It is crucial. Each life is priceless. We must prevent suicides and…

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4 thoughts on “Remember in September – A Daily Post for National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month Post #5

      1. Personally, I have never found any suicide prevention literature, activities or organizations to be of any use. When I was sitting on the window ledge, thinking about shoving off or any of a dozen other times I came close, if someone had offered me the suicide prevention hotline, the result might have been hysterical laughter.

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      2. For what it’s worth, I’m glad you came to your own conclusion in that you’re still here. You have a wonderful presence and I am grateful to have met you here in bloglandia.

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