Yes, I can be bi and in a monogamous relationship with a woman. No, I am not a unicorn. Daniel Crocker explains.
His thoughts would take him places he didn’t want to go. He’d question his abilities. His mind would take him to dark places.
Cabot O’Callaghan mourns a friend who chose to walk into darkness and calls for us all to shine a little brighter.
Suicide survivor Madison Rae shares her story, and thanks her husband, who stayed through her mental illness “in sickness and in health.”
Wellcast offers help during National Suicide Prevention Week.
Survivor Rochelle Fritsch reminds us that asking “Why?” won’t help prevent suicide or comfort survivors. In fact, it may be the worst thing to say.
You might be surprised to learn that, for some people, pervasive suicidal thoughts and actions can have addictive qualities.
Dr. Vibe asks Stephen Thrasher of The Guardian about the reasons for the growing number of suicides by Black Americans
Thinking often of suicide doesn’t make you suicidal. Letting it plant roots in your mind is what pushes you over the edge. — I consider suicide. I write that in the present tense because that is the reality of my existence. I consider ending my own life. It’s not an every day occurrence, but the […]
Kristin Diversi recognizes her sadness and the thoughts that crowd her mind. Still, she chooses to play, not to fold.