Stories of Hope and Recovery

Moving America’s Soul on Suicide

This series details several stories of hope and recovery.

"For the first time in my life, I was learning to visualize my future instead of remembering my past."

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Why Talking About Suicide Should Be Normalized

Rudy Caseres shares his story and the importance of speaking up when it comes to suicidal thoughts.

"Suicide is still a topic that is not talked about nearly enough, and it is a detriment to us all because it leaves people living with suicidal feelings and ideation in silence. I’m alive today because there are people around me who I can reach out to when I am suffering."

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I Can Be Happiness

Star Carter shares how for her, humor was a path out of the darkness.

"I have something to offer this world."

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Watch Me Dance Watch Me Grow

Kisha Bashkiharatee celebrates her three years in dancing, and talks about how it has developed in her personal wellness.

"You can be uncomfortable and you can also recognize so many other things about yourself. Being able to recognize that there's more out of every situation and we have the choice and the opportunity to pick which part of that situation we're going to focus on."

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Poetically Sane: Halima Shegow

Halima Shegow of Sweden’s Revolution Poetry on the words that make a difference for her.

"You don't need to be a doctor, or a psychologist, or a therapist to say the right words to someone. It can literally be one word, one sentence, and it just clicks."

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