Learn about the secret of suicidal stars – and why this site uses stars as a metaphor.
SAMHSA and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline produced a series of videos featuring the stories of suicide attempt survivors who share their pain, recovery, and hope. In this video, Terry Wise shares her personal struggles, her dramatic suicide attempt, and the life choices she has made since then in efforts to help others.
Craig Miller describes his relationship with suicidal feelings in this brief video introduction, including some of his experience recovering from a suicide attempt. Get his book on Amazon.com now: This is How it Feels: A Memoir – Attempting Suicide and Finding Life
An inspired monologue by Craig Miller reflecting on loss, trauma, doubts, perspective, wisdom, and courage gained through lived experience. (You may also be interested in his book).
Stress disrupts your ability to think clearly, so you have to plan ahead because you won’t be able to think well in the moment. Here’s advice from a neuroscientist.:
Too much stress can lead to physical and mental pains. Here’s a 5-minute video with advice on knowing when you’re way too stressed, and what to do about it.: