4 Things I Learned From Dealing With Someone Who Is Suicidal

When a friend admits to suicidal thoughts Keola uses the story of his own failed suicide attempts to save his friend’s life.

Can Social Media Help Prevent Suicide And Self-Harm?

…when you search Tumblr using terms like “suicide” or “self-harm” it automatically redirects to a screen that asks, “Are you okay?” with resources.

When You Are Not Enough

Dr. Margaret Rutherford on knowing when a loved one’s self destruction is too far out of your control.

“People don’t wake up one day and decide that suicide is something they want to do.”

This is a comment by Tom B on the post “How to Help Someone Who Is Feeling Suicidal”.

“My most intimate encounters with the ‘logic’ of suicide have come from my own internal battles.”

This is a comment by Seth Mullins on the post “Stepping Off”.

“I identified with hip-hop artists because I felt similar pain, anger, and separation from the ‘mainstream’ culture.”

This is a comment by Deborah on the post “Hip Hop Generation Masculinity: The Story of Tupac, Biggie and Me”.

“Until someone has experienced my horrors, no one has the right to tell me to forgive.”

This is a comment by W.R.R. on the post “Why Forgiving Others Makes Life Better For You”. Trigger warning: contains references to child sexual abuse and rape.

“Despite hearing that women are more prone to depression, men account for 80% of successful suicides.”

This is a comment by John D on the post “What Makes White, Middle Class Men Kill?”