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Some suicide warning signs include:

Increased Isolation – From family and friends

Alcohol or Drug Use Increases

Expression of negative attitude toward self

Expression of hopelessness or helplessness

Change in Regular Behavior

Loss of interest in usual activities

Giving away valued possessions

Expression of a lack of future orientation

(i.e. "It won't matter soon anyway")

Expressing Suicidal Feelings

Signs of Depression

Describes a Specific Plan for Suicide

History of Suicide in the Family

A person who has been extremely depressed in the past may be at an increased risk for suicide if the depression begins to cease, as they may now have the psychological energy to follow through on a suicidal ideation.

              Suicide prevention is possible.



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a. anson

Aaron Anson, an inspirational self-help author/speaker was largely influenced by the writings and lives of great thinkers and humanitarians.  Author of an upcoming books about Evolving  faith and religion, he has  been featured in many national publications including AARP.

A frequent radio guest and contributor to the Huffington Post—Anson is deeply committed to youth suicide prevention and empowering  people to discover their own truth and identity amidst religious and political rhetoric.

Anson has inspired readers and listeners around the world to live their life open, honest, and authentically, with an empowering message of self-love. In his spare time, when he is not writing, speaking etc, he enjoys traveling, theatre, hiking, cooking, and mountain biking.

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Dr. Beth speaks with author Aaron Anson.


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