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Janella isn't with us tonight, she's at a live taping of the Late Night show with Jimmy Fallon. But, you have Krystal and a special surprise guest host!
In light of Robin Williams' suicide, lots of people are expressing negative sentiments in regards to Robin taking his own life. Words such as 'selfish' and cowardice' are flying out of the mouths and from the fingers of many people. We're going to talk about why suicide isn't selfish and what leads people to take such drastic measures. Do you have a story to share? Want to talk to the host? Call in!
The world was shocked and saddened to hear about the suicide death of actor/comedian Robin Williams. The ironic act of a man who spent his entire career making others laugh, yet making many adoring fans sad at the end of his life. Dennis Carradin will discuss the mind of the suicidal person on this episode of Own You Life. He will explore the reasons behind suicide as well as prevention and intervention. Dennis will also examine celebrity suicide as it pertains to the line between genius and sadness. Tune in tonight, August 13th at 10 PM.
Arielle Caputano Suicide coach
Young mom of a 4 yr old girl, working full time at film studio in Hollywood, CA, a nutrition freak, yoga lover, and a newbie blogger. Certified Suicide Awareness Coach and run a 24/7 online chat room for anyone feeling suicidal or depressed. I also run a no-charge in person support group in Los Angeles, CA. I am a published author as well, book is titled "Love you, Love me, Love We."
Originally from the rainy state (Seattle, WA) but moved to our beautiful state California couple years ago for the film industry… and of course the palm trees.
My website is www.deapinlove.com
I am also on Instagram @ariellecaputo
Every day 22 veterans commit suicide.
Former Army Ranger Ted Janis struggles with the suicides of his own friends and affirms the role that veterans can play in helping each other.
Acknowledge,Heal and Support.
There is Bad, Just as much Good. Lets talk about this.
January Jones - Suicide - Bader Field
Carl David is the author of “Collecting & Care Of Fine Art” (Crown, NY) and “Bader Field; How My Family Survived Suicide” (Nightengale Press) as well as many published articles. A third book, “Waking Dreams; The Subtle Reality” is expected to be available later this year or early 2012.
"Bader Field; How My Family Survived Suicide" (Nightengale Press)
The inspirational story of a high profile art dealing family's journey to survive without answers after one of their sons takes his life. Shown through the realistic visions of their youngest child, now a parent himself, then just sixteen. A Masterful portrayal of love, forgiveness and acceptance. Emotionally gripping with an inside look at the mysterious art world. This powerful family saga will change you forever.
Recognizing the rise in suicide among African Americans first hand among African Americans, Dr. William M. Young and his wife, Pastor Dianne Young, have accepted the challenge of raising the awareness and promoting the idea that suicide is preventable. Their choice of venue through which to promote this important 21st century concern: the Black Church. The Black Church has become a hub used to promote the importance of physical health over the past ten years, and it has become been a great match, so; the Young’s would like for the church to one day become the hub for delivery of mental health services as well. This concept works because when the church speaks or leads the charge, it removes the stigma and gives greater accessibility.
Additionally, the Young’s recognize that most violent acts in our communities and suicide, in most cases, happen when individual(s) fail to care for themselves emotionally. Since violence and suicide are issues of the heart and soul—mind, feelings and emotions—what greater place to promote life.
. Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one's own death; often committed out of despair; attributable to a mental disorder, stress factors and/or Interpersonal relationships.
Over one million people die by suicide every year. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that it is the 13th leading cause of death worldwide and the National Safety Council rates it sixth in the United States It is a leading cause of death among teenagers and adults under 35. Other factors correlated with suicide risk, include drug addiction, availability of a means to commit the act, family history of suicide, or previous head injury.
Socio-economic factors such as unemployment, poverty, homelessness, and discrimination may trigger suicidal thoughts. A history of childhood physical or sexual abuse or time spent in foster care is also a risk factor.
Hopelessness ---the feeling that there is no prospect of improvement in one's situation---is a strong indicator of suicide. Feelings of loneliness; a lack of social support, a deficit in feelings of belongingness and living alone were crucial predictors of a suicide attempt.
National suicide rates differ significantly between countries and amongst ethnic groups within countries.In the U.S., non-Hispanic Caucasians are nearly 2.5 times more likely to kill themselves than African Americans or Hispanics.
Suicidal behavior can be characterized as a spectrum that ranges from fleeting suicidal thoughts to completed suicide.
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