Sometimes we need to have a plan in place to stop ourselves from acting on impulse. A Helpful Engaging Action List or HEAL is this plan combined with engaging tasks, games, actions or simply mild distractions all rolled into one to ensure someone who is dealing with suicidal tendencies can protect themselves during the crucial alone times. Learn more about a HEAL and creating a personalized HEAL >>> HERE
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Stopping a suicide takes more than cliché-ridden banter about being strong. Without actual techniques or tips, it becomes just words tossed at a deaf ear. Although there are short-term tips for persons who require immediate assistance, ultimately, this information powerhouse remains focused on the successful long term recovery of someone who is in a self-destructive space. If you want real techniques, real coping methods and real answers to burning questions… this is it.
It is usually easier to improve your situation with a support system in place. Even if you do not have close family or friends to support you, you can chat with a therapist or a trained listener. Alternatively, here are a few resources you can look up on your own while you work to beat suicide and move toward a happier, healthier you.
It has been noted that over 90 percent of people who die by suicide have a mental illness at the time of their death. Many people are unaware that the terms ‘mental disorder’ and ‘mental illness’ encompass a broad range of fairly common problems including: Alcohol Abuse, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Anxiety, Depressive Disorder (Depression), Anorexia and dozens of others.