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Tune in tonight to listen to my interview with Letricia Hendrix,  AUTHOR of “Behind our Faces: Thoughts and Reasoning’s of Suicide”  and ask her Questions LIVE between 8-9 pm Central Time:  CALL 347-215-7225

Thoughts and feelings of suicide are on the rise.  Depression and the daily struggle of just being able to cope with life, is getting harder for all of us.
 
Her book offers personal insight and understanding into what it’s like to just want to die, and why.  Years in a life where everyday was painful to get through. Feelings of wanting to end it all, and the help and hope found to get through it.
 
Living with and overcoming depression and feelings of suicide.
 
Letricia has suffered with Clinical Depression since the age of nine. Every aspect of her life has been affected by it. Especially her will to live.  Crisis of society, crisis of faith, the personal hells we impose on each other and the personal hell within ourselves.  Feelings and reasons are explored, questions are pondered and hope can be found.  Know what your loved one is going through.  Find out that you yourself are not alone in these same feelings.
 
She is a mother, actor, writer, and film and television camera operator living and working in the Washington DC area. She has appeared in several productions, such as HBO’s The Wire, The Vagina Monologues, and Death and the Kings Horseman at Washington Shakespeare Company. She has done industrials for companies such as A&E Television, Discovery Channel and Discovery Classroom, The History Channel, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the Federal Judicial Center. Other projects include Print work, Indie films, and medical student training, just to name a few!

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