I’ve done a lot of interviews lately. But this is the one time I could talk almost entirely about my grief. The Dougy Center is a national organization that focuses on grieving children and their families. Their guide to talking to children of any age about a suicide is one of the best I’ve ever read. It comes complete with scripts on what to say to children at any age.
103. New Possibilities for mental health & suicide prevention with Anne Moss Rogers
It’s time to change things up and look at suicide in a whole different way. In an environment where it’s easy to feel lonely, rejected or ignored, one’s sense of well-being is put into question.
Oftentimes, these emotions twist our realities into heavy figures of depression and helplessness. During these times, knowing someone understands your struggles and circumstances could just turn the tables around.
In this heartfelt episode, Anne Moss Rogers shares her personal experience after her son died by suicide and how it prompted her to speak … Read more...
On Episode 234 of the Mama Bear Dares Podcast, Tesi and Leslie talk to Anne Moss Rogers, a fierce mental health advocate, speaker, and writer who helps people foster a culture of connection to prevent suicide, reduce substance misuse, and find life after loss.
Through their discussion, Anne Moss teaches Tesi and Leslie about how to talk about suicide and grief, potential warning signs, helpful resources, and how to walk through life with a grieving friend.
In my trip to Los Angeles to visit my son, I had reached out to Paul Gilmartin, host of the popular podcast, Mental Illness Happy Hour. Initially, I was interested in being a guest. I still am, however, Paul was booked out for the next few months so he asked if I wanted to get together for lunch. So that’s what we did.
Paul starred in a show called Dinner and a Movie and did a lot of comedy before hosting the his popular podcast.
Each of us shared our stories. He has suffered from mental illness and addiction and … Read more...
Parenting is not and has never been an easy job. Each generation poses new challenges that the generation before has not faced. Raising children in today’s digital environment throws curve balls and introduces issues that are unprecedented. In addition, the digital and technology changes so fast, faster than any other times in our lives.
I was raising my two boys when the digital age literally moved in and the world of parenting shifted on its axis. I remember looking at my youngest son as he celebrated the acquisition of his first flip phone and remember thinking, “Will we regret this? … Read more...
Episode 358- Anne Moss Rogers: Honoring A Son Who Died By Suicide
I was so honored to have been asked to be on this podcast. So few in this space have the guts to tackle this subject. And Sara and I really connected. Please leave a review! You can listen right here on the page or at one of the links below.