How to Save a Suicidal Life

Ariel Gordon discusses talking loved ones (or even strangers) out of suicide.

Chronic Depression Does not Have to Define and Control Us

We’ve got more power than we think when it comes to handling depression.

Depression: 5 Things Your Partner Needs You To Know

If your partner has depression, I can’t lie and say getting through it is going to be easy. But I’ve now got the gift of hindsight, and there are a few things I wish my wife had known from the start.

White Middle Aged Men and Suicide: An Alarming and Growing Epidemic

Has suicide become the result of unreasonable expectations for an entire demographic?

Dear Joshua Feuerstein: Jesus Wouldn’t Like You

Is it finally time to Call Joshua Feuerstein out for his hypocrisy?

A Mans Life Of Tragedy and Depression: It Doesn’t Define Him

Chronic depression does not have to define and control us

Tell Me I’m Anything But Depressed!

Adult men are often the same. Their depression doesn’t always manifest as crying, lying in bed, or other stereotypical symptoms of depression. Very often their spouses don’t even recognize the depression. I frequently hear about partners who view low energy as laziness and decreased sex drive as dissatisfaction with the relationship.

Honoring the Humanity of Our Veterans

Part of honoring our veterans is serving them when they return to civilian life.

[Spoiler Alert] We All Die at the End

If you actually confronted your mortality head-on, would that simple acknowledgement change your behavior?

A Man Chooses Against Suicide and Makes a Christmas Wish Instead

A viewer reaches out to a popular You-tuber. A powerful message. Let’s give the guy his Christmas wish.

Why Are Death Rates Rising for Middle Aged White Americans?

The cult of emotional toughness and the constant drumbeat of bootstrap thinking among whites has unleashed an epidemic of social isolation.

It’s Been 3 Years Since My Attempted Suicide & Yet Deaths Happen Every Day — It’s Time to Stop. Suicide. Now.

Clay Russell on the untimely passing of Robin Williams, and how we’re still not having the conversation about suicide that we need to be having.

The Mental Illness Happy Hour with Paul Gilmartin

“I have this fear that if I feel this pain, it will kill me and I will die… I’m afraid that I’m going to pass my anger onto my son.”

A Man and His Music: Between the Lines of Suicide

When is music more than rhythmic passion? Three years after committing suicide, a young musician’s work is being heard worldwide for the first time.

What Your Ex Wants You to Know About Your Cheating

Cheated on exes share emotional stories from the pain of relationship betrayal, and reveal just how much, and how many, cheating really hurts.

All the Things We Never Knew: Chasing the Chaos of Mental Illness

Jesse Kornbluth shares the interview with Sheila Hamilton, and discusses the suicide of her late husband.