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DEATH TO THE GIRL WHO CAN DO IT ALL

The truth? I simply can not do it all. I am faced with hard choices every day. Do I want my house to be clean or do I want to run my business? 568 more words

Stress

When it Hurts to No End

“I haven’t thought about suicide in a long time. I’m thinking about it now. I feel very dumb. I feel like a midget in a world full of giants. 530 more words

Health

World Suicide Prevention Day

Today, September 10, 2015, is World Suicide Prevention Day. In fact, it’s actually National Suicide Prevention Week.

I went back and forth on¬†whether or not it was a good idea to actually write about this today, because it’s such a taboo topic. 358 more words

Depression Awareness

What happens when society 'projects' disability is an awful way to live...

Fascinating and yet a tad disturbing study on ‘disabled suicide’ suggests although disability is a contributing factor to depression and isolation, suicide may have more to do with cultural impressions then living a disabled life. 35 more words

Victoria Kaloss

Guest Post || Coming Out

This week’s guest post comes from a longtime friend, whom I met while doing a summer musical back in 2009.

I want to say a few words about her before I share her story. 818 more words

Mental Health

Dissertation on Suicide Stigma by Jean M Buck

The links below will take you to a dissertation on the stigma of suicide written by Jean M Buck in accordance with the requirements for her Master’s degree.¬† 99 more words

Mental Health

Not Alone (YouSpoke.org Show - 03/04/12)

“There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question . 375 more words

Chicago