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How to talk to someone in despair by someone who has been there

by Kate

Kate was brought up in a cult that didn’t allow medical intervention. She is a person with lived experience who has had suicidal thoughts. For Kate, a big contributing factor to this is her strict upbringing and the conflict that comes that resulted from severing ties with a religion that holds you hostage but also is the only life you’ve ever known.

Do: Listen.  Let them voice their emotions. Ask if they would like to make a list of the things that they need, both large and small.  Do something on it right away.  It will make them feel both cared … Read more...

Christian Suicide Prevention Summit

Cyber Monday!

Monday, November 30, 2020

This starts at 9am PST/12pm EST

I speak at 1:20 pm on the subject of, “How can I help a loved one who doesn’t want help?” All talks are thirty minutes each.

No cost

Speakers: Tom Ziglar, Tracey Mitchell, Brian Bogert, Heather Peidrahita, Anne Moss Rogers (me).

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I Didn’t Forget Nor Did I Give Up

by Michael Widuch

Note from Anne Moss: Michael is a thoughtful young man who attended a special needs school. He has an anxiety and mood disorder, lives with autism, a sleep disorder, learning disabilities (learning receptive disorder and reading disorder), and has suffered from suicidal thoughts. With a lot of perseverance, he has worked his way up to being a manager at a restaurant and tirelessly helps others.

I do apologize I haven’t appeared been on your website, sending e-mails, making comments, or just being an active part of the “village.”

I disappeared from the “village” since negativity for me … Read more...