#LifeAidHope Suicide Prevention Campaign


More than 20 Military, Veterans, and First Responders take their lives each day, your support can help end this epidemic!
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Hi! I am an artist, author, and blogger who also happens to have Asperger’s Syndrome. I have won several awards and honors for my writings and artwork. I suffer from a few severe mental illness and chronic pain conditions (Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Fibromyalgia, CFS/ME, Ehlers Danlos, Degenerative Disc Disease, etc.), which greatly affects my life and makes me want to advocate for others going through similar things. Other interests of mine include reading, writing, drawing, watching cartoons and movies, collecting toys, hanging out with my family, and annoying my 3 cats.

5 thoughts on “#LifeAidHope Suicide Prevention Campaign”

  1. Thanks for your share. There are many reasons to hope, and many resources. I should have shared these resources, as others have shared, for if some lives are saved, it’s well worth the time, each life precious: 1) Never ever end yourself. Tomorrow brings hope, but sometimes you must be willing to go through difficult times, even years if necessary, for life is precious. And many who felt hopeless, are now living in hope and joy. 2) I have had friends who found help, hope talking to ministers and the church. Not always, but if you’re searching. Hope is eternal. 3) There is fhu.com. The Foundation of Human Understanding, which has been around for decades, have helped veterans recover from PTSD, and have helped millions overcome depression, anxiety, and hopelessness. 4) For some people, eventually they just need to pray. You may not know what you’re looking for, but if in earnest, pray for real hope and understanding. 5) And lot’s of books out there, but one must know how to wade through disinformation, **One last thing. If one is going through some tough times, when you come out of the difficult times, you are now ready to help and encourage others going through the same or similar things. Each one of us can help others.

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