Monthly Archives: May 2016

Suicide and Suicide Attempt Resources

Over the last couple of years I have written a lot about suicide. It’s a big topic and one of great importance to the mental illness community and, I believe, society at large. As today is World Suicide Prevention Day I wanted to present a round-up of all the suicide and suicide attempt resources I have written over the years. Please use these to help others or help yourself. Not one more person ever needs to die of suicide. Suicide Prevention Why Should I Continue to Fight the Pain of Depression? Suicide Warning Signs You Should Know – Part One and Part Two What to Do if You Start to Feel Suicidal Some People Will Commit Suicide No Matter What You Do? Thinking About Suicide Suicide Self-Assessment Scale – How Suicidal Are You? Suicide and Depression – Is This Depression the Last Depression? Why Doctors Ask (Dumb) Questions about Suicide Suicide Threats  What to Do if a Person Threatens Suicide on Facebook Suicide Resources on Facebook Why Do People Ignore Suicide Threats Online? Are Suicide Threats Just a Cry for Attention? Why Do People Threaten Suicide Online? Suicide Attempts People Who Attempt Suicide Don’t Want to Die To the Mentally Ill Who Attempt Suicide No Hospitalization After a Suicide Attempt? What to do if You’ve Just Attempted Suicide For Loved Ones After a Suicide Attempt

Source: Suicide and Suicide Attempt Resources


Why Being Diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder Feels Like a Death

Being diagnosed with bipolar disorder is hard. In fact, being diagnosed with bipolar disorder feels like a death. Learn about dealing with a bipolar diagnosis.

Source: Why Being Diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder Feels Like a Death

The Neurobiology of Depression – Depression and the Brain

Some claim depression and mental illness don’t exist and there’s no scientific evidence for depression. I discuss evidence of biological reasons for depression. Bipolar Burble by Natasha Tracy.

Source: The Neurobiology of Depression – Depression and the Brain