Suicide the Silent and Unspoken Epidemic:
What to Look for and How to Help Those in Crisis
How I Healed the Holes in My Soul!
As an Inter-Faith (All Faiths) Minister I started looking at the world one day and wondering why so many people are taking their own life. People well known and not so well known, people who, on the outside, look like they have it all but on the inside really did not have it all but were empty and in pain, and the only way out was to take their own life.
It got me thinking about my own life and I too have reached the point, several times in my life, where I said it’s just too hard to go on, it’s just too much… Through God’s grace I have endured and learned to “heal the holes” in my soul. Though I still have my bad times, they are not as bad as they once were, don’t last as long as they used to or take me to the “poison” in my soul, I learned there are ways through the bad times, and I don’t have to be a victim anymore.
This is my story, a man who went from “holes” in his soul to being ”whole” again. I sincerely hope there are some tools in this book that help you on your journey in this game we called life. Whatever you are going through, don’t give up, there is always hope, there is always God. God will find a way where there appears to be no way. God has not given up on you, so you don’t give up on yourself. I healed the holes in my soul and so can you!
Suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States. The exercises in the book are meant to help individuals release and not act on their suicidal thoughts and tendencies. The book is meant to be used “as an addition to and not instead of” working with doctors and trained mental health professionals.
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Healing the Holes in My Soul!
How I Saved My Own Life, Became Whole to Lead a Happy, Fulfilling and Joyous Life!
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800- 273- 8255