Surviving The Wake Of Suicide

 

Unfortunately, suicide is becoming an epidemic in our modern society and it’s important for those suffering dark thoughts to know there’s always hope. Depression is a treatable condition. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, and never the answer. If you know of someone who’s depressed please support them in getting the help they need.

If you’re suffering from the actions of a loved one and are now facing the trauma of being left behind, please consider getting the support you need.

Check out my interview with Deb, who I mention in my video above. Deb is our EMDR expert, and has seen countless lives changed:

https://youtu.be/ixDkZGsN6Ws

Visit http://emdria.org to find an EMDR therapist near you, or call Amen Clinics for an appointment with Dr Deb Silveria on 1-844-818-0616.

Always call 911 if someone is threatening to kill or harm themselves.

For non-urgent assistance please call Amen Clinics on 1-844-818-0616.

 

Related Blogs

6 Sneaky Ways ADHD is Harder for Women
With so many people affected by ADHD/ADD—yet so much misunderstanding still persisting around the condition—October...
5 Foods to Boost Your Immune System
With the fall fast approaching, it’s time to look forward to cooler, shorter days, the...
Is the SAD Diet Making You (and Your Kids) Sadder?
Some Americans reach for so-called “comfort” fare when they’re feeling down: fried and fast foods,...
Suicide Prevention Starts in the Brain
September has been designated as Suicide Prevention Month, with the goal of raising awareness and...
5 Ideas for Taking a Labor Day Staycation This Year
Amid the rush of the back-to-school season, but before the pressure of the upcoming fall...
5 Daily Practices to Keep Your Relationship Strong
My wedding anniversary with my husband, Daniel, is coming up on September 6, so it’s...
How to Help Your Child with ADHD Feel Less Anxious
New classmates, new teachers, new classes—going back to school can be nerve-wracking enough for kids...
Stop Putting Yourself on the Back Burner
While some of us were able to use these last couple of pandemic years to...
Beyond Lyme Disease: 5 Other Tick-Borne Illnesses
When I hear the words “Lyme disease,” I shudder. I’ve met people whose lives were...