Divorce is never an easy solution for a marriage. By the time a couple gets to the point where they’ve made a decision to pursue dissolving their relationship, communication has broken down, and feelings of fondness give way to harsh criticism, defensiveness, feelings of contempt and eventually stonewalling, once these behaviors begin to play out it can be hard to see a way back to being emotionally connected and happy. However, there are ways people can rebuild their relationship and explore whether their marriage is worth saving.
From a Therapist / Preventing Suicide
In the United States, nearly 44,193 people commit suicide every year. This means that on average, someone dies from suicide every 16.2 minutes. Chances are that you or someone you know has been affected by suicide. Suicide can be prevented. It is important to be aware of the warning signs because, statistically speaking, you may be able to save a life, potentially even your own.
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From a Therapist / Suicide Awareness
The majority of individuals who commit suicide do NOT have a diagnosable mental illness. They are people just like you and I who at a particular time are feeling isolated, desperately unhappy and alone. Suicidal thoughts and actions may be the result of life’s stresses and losses that the individual feels they just can’t cope with.
Suicide Attempts in the U.S.
From a Therapist / Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Non-suicidal self-injury is the act of deliberately harming your own body, such as through cutting on yourself or through burning yourself. It is typically not meant as a suicide attempt. Rather, self-injury is an unhealthy way to cope with emotional pain, intense anger and frustration.