If you have been reading the past entries, it has been topics about suicide. September is suicide Prevention Month and I hope the topics inspire people to take initiative when it comes to mental health. Today I thought a great topic to bring to the table is life after suicide.
What do I mean? The after world? Nope. The thought process in the moment as someone is committing the act and how they felt after they survive the suicide attempt. It’s very rare people survive after trying to kill themselves. But there are a few people who thankfully lives after the act. Something that would appear as a blessing, can actually be soul crushing.
I have found a video of real-life people sharing their story on why they tried to kill themselves. How they felt after surviving it and how they kept moving forward from the negative experience. I’m hoping this video would be a wake-up call to anybody who’s thinking about committing suicide and to people who knows someone in this predicament. The more we know, the better we can adult one day at a time.
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