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  • 01:17


    in Radio

    Tune into a powerful show with host Oolie Wells and special guest as there will be a open discussion around suicide with it's temptations towards troubled individuals and the family & friends that suicide has affected. Tune in Wednesday at 7pm (EST)

  • 02:17

    Speak Life Radio ~ Suicide Awareness and Grief Recovery

    in Motivation

    Speak Life Radio ~ Suicide Awareness and Grief Recovery


     Blessings family and welcome back to another amazing show. To continue our healing in talking about "Release and Embrace The Shift" we have the Founder of Reason2Live  Tiffany Washington joining us tonight. Reason2Live is a 501 (c) (3) suicide awareness and prevention organization who's mission is to educate individuals about suicide and to offer some hope to those that may feel like there is no hope. We also have joining us Elizabeth Parker Licensed Social Worker for over 35 years as well as a Grief Recovery Specialist and Facilitator of a Caregiver Support Group. Liz will help to understand what grief is and give some information on how to deal with our losses and learn to release in order to embrace. All of us at some point in life have dealt with something that seem to have us stuck and even with a sense of hopelessness. Well tonight Let Us Release those feelings and Embrace Hope! Please join us

  • Suicide Prevention

    in Motivation

    Bringing  awareness to depression and suicide Prevention

  • 01:03

    ASK Dr. Applewhite about Veterans and Suicide

    in Education

    September Is Suicide Prevention Month. If you know someone who is feeling depressed and expressing suicidal thoughts thoughts we recommend contacting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention www.afsp.org   .Please encourage Veterans or Service Members to visit http://www.veteranscrisisline.net/ThePowerof1.aspx

    Many of our Veterans and students ASK Dr. Applewhite: Are suicide prevention programs working? How do you know if you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts? These are the questions many Students and Veterans are asking as they witness more reports of depression and suicide attempts on college campuses. 

    Dr. Danita Applewhite and guests discuss whether the type of suicide prevention information available is addressing how stress, depression, disability can lead to suicidal thoughts and affect school and work performance.  In addition, many Veterans who are readjusting to civilian life, as well as Non-Veterans, are completing online classes while managing the responsibility of a family, pressures at work, and physical and emotional challenges. Join our Special Guests Melinda Vail, Intuitive Therapist and Steve Schiro, Educator as they share information on the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention "Out of the Darkness Walks". Would you please send your donation of at least $5 or more to continue our radio broadcasts, and help our students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE.  Click on Radio to listen to episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show (formerly Student2Teacher ™) any day of the week. This show is a Rerun aired 2013.

  • The UCC Show 2.36 - No Blind Eye: Suicide

    in Christianity

    Welcome to the UnCommon Christianity podcast, affectionately known as The UCC Show!  

    Tonight- No Blind Eye returns to talk about suicide! According to statistics, 1 in 3 people have known a person who has committed suicide, attempted suicide, or has been connected to a suicide. People who have committed or attempted suicide have been called cowards, attention whores, and worse. Several religions and multiple denominations within Christianity believe it to be the "unforgivable sin." The biggest question asked about the subject is: Is it unforgivable? The No Blind Eye series returns to dig into the topic with its typical no-holds-barred approach!

    All this and more on tonight's UCC Show!

    Send us your thoughts and questions- Our contact information is below!

    Email: AskUCCShow, Phone: 347.989.8865, Twitter: @UCC_Show, Facebook: facebook.com/uccministries or join us in the live chatroom.

    Join us weekly as we discuss the things that matter. This may be one of the most thought-provoking two hours of your day- Join us and participate!

    Check out BeNotCommon.com, and join us here weekly for a show you definitely shouldn't miss!

  • 01:05

    Shattered Lives: Suicide Intervention with Guest Brett Scudder

    in Self Help

    Suicide and it's prevention is the topic of discussion with guest, Brett Scudder of SISFI.Org which also houses the Suicide Institute. They are active in research, training, education, awareness and resources for those who feel hopelessness, as well as a resource for those who have survived the suicide of a loved one. 

    Sept. 7-12 is National Suicide Prevention Week. 


  • 01:28

    Suicide by Truck and the truckers who survive

    in Current Events

    Saturday August 22nd 2015 6PM ET

    Tonight is a very solemn topic for truckers, Suicide by Truck, discussing the horrible incidents of pedestrians and four-wheelers, who choose speeding trucks as an instrument of their suicide  Although the subject matter is not uncommon among veteran drivers, it's not often a preferred topic of discussion in the chat rooms.

    A  truck driver whose truck has been randomly chosen as the means to anothers' end, may silently struggle for years with the horrific guilt and graphic memories of the incident.
    Our guest tonight on AskTheTrucker Live  is Carolyn Magner Mason, special contributor for Overdrive Magazine.
    Carolyn has recently written the eerily popular “Suicide by Truck” 4 part series for Overdrive Magazine.

    Video of 'Suicide by truck' on I-35E in Texas caught on owner-operator's dashcam.

    Call in tonight and share your thoughts about this topic, whether it be an opinion, or your own personal experience or even near experience of "Suicide by Truck".


  • Depression and Suicide In The Aesthetic Industry

    in Health

    Vanity Fair magazine featured an article on the untimely death by suicide of a beloved aesthetic industry icon, Dr. Fredric Brandt. While many have speculated about what caused such a renowned, successful and loved physician to take his own life, the truth will most likely never be known.  One thing we do know is depression among medical professionals is higher than in most other industries, and according to Psychology Today magazine some physicians are even making career changes. Doctors enter the medical profession to treat unhealthy patients, however, whether it’s the long hours, the lack of gratitude, the low pay, or other life traumas including divorce, family stressors or non-existent personal life, many medical professionals are becoming unhealthy themselves. As Dr. Brandt is not the first aesthetic surgeon to commit suicide in recent years, the Aesthetic Insider Show brings you this exclusive interview with Carla Lundblade, MS LPC NCC, a Beverly Hills Licensed Clinical Therapist, in the hopes of shining a spotlight on this very serious issue. Known as the "911 Celebrity Therapist," Carla provides a full spectrum of focused psychology and counseling services. You can learn more at www.carlalundblade.com.

  • 01:05

    Transformation Via, Supporting Suicide Prevention week

    in Lifestyle

    Hi Everyone & welcome to  www.blogtalkradio.com/lifeissobeautiful

     Tuesday Sept. 8th, 3p.m. eastern. 347-205 9957

    Transformation via supporting Suicide Prevention .


    This week is Suicide prevention week and we all have been touched by this or know someone who has suffered from it.

    As I am launching my Go Fund Me Life is so beautiful Music  project  I am being endorsed by http://www.suicidology.org/about-aas/mission


    Through this joint venture we will have

    a greater impact to heal this challenge in our world.

    My Guest will be Michelle Cornette, PhD 
    Executive Director

    Dr. Cornette's longtime professional focus has been the study and prevention of suicide. Her professional history in suicide prevention includes roles as administrator, researcher, clinician, educator, and survivor of suicide loss. Dr. Cornette comes to AAS from the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP), Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, where she served as Military Suicide Subject Matter Expert. In her work for the CDP, she developed a 2-day workshop for military mental health providers on empirically-supported approaches to suicide prevention. The workshop which was designated among APA's 2013 Presidential Initiatives, has been disseminated to military mental health providers across the country. 

    Please join & support the Suicide prevention & life is so beautiful Go Fund me .

    Bliss & love Vanda 


  • 00:41

    Mr. Brett A. Scudder presents Lived Experiences: Life After Suicide Attempt

    in Lifestyle

    Mr. Scudder is a suicide attempt survivor who has lived through various life challenges that challenged his beliefs, faith, family, lifestyle, perceptions and overall wellness. Through his challenges and struggles, he found important lessons about life, people, self and society that allowed him to change the ways he lived his life after his attempts, how he engaged with people, and how he recovered. While he still faces suicide ideations every now and then, he is able to more effectively overcome the challenges and move past them from the lessons learnt and self-care he practices.

    He will be talking about his lived experiences and how he had to not only change his lifestyle but also the ways he looked at himself, loved ones and society. People think that because the attempt failed a person can just get back to living their life normally and not have further emotional challenges or distress, and that is far from true. Life can get harder, more challenges and a person can develop physical health complications from their emotional distress if not treated or addressed properly.

    Thankfully, from his challenges and lived experiences he created the Scudder Intervention Services Foundation, Inc "SISFI" and The Suicide Prevention Institute of which he leads with the passion, commitment, compassion and dedication of a survivor who has lived with and through emotional crisis and distress from life challenges. This allows him to make real humane connections with the people he works with that reaches out to him for help, support, counseling and care. Sometimes people call in for services and asks specifically for him and if not available they wait for him to be because they heard about him and how he works with people.

    Tune in and help to raise the awareness about depression, life challenges and suicide. We are grateful for him in sharing these important lessons for people to learn from, heal and recover.

    Thank You. One Love.

  • Freaky Friday! Your concerns are the issues of the day.

    in Politics Conservative

    Program TIme: 8AM-10AM EST

    Freaky Friday is the day you bring your issues to the table. What are your concerns? Your favorite Presidential candidate? What's wrong with Congress? Fact vs Fiction in the world of Social Media, How about this story...Triple-Digit Lead for Donald Trump with Neo-Nazis. You pick the topics. Bring the topics and issues that matter to you. But, don't worry! If you cannot thnk of any problems or issues facing the people, I have a few on my list. 

    Bring your topic to the table via the live online Chat Room or call 855-236-2486 to join us live on air.

    Perhaps we can find a way to get us out of the proverbial Pickle Barrel.