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Suicide and Children: What You Can Do

“I have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them.” -James Baldwin​My Little Girl Doesn’t Really Want to Hang Herself, Right?A friend of mine was tidying up her little girl’s bedroom when she noticed tiny pieces of paper torn and lying in a pile near the […]

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Pastors and Suicide: What Should I Know?

California has mourned the deaths by suicide of two beloved pastors in under six months. Although tragic and sad, the deaths of Pastors Jim Howard and Andrew Stoecklein leave many people—especially within the church—wondering what happened. The recent deaths also point to the need for mental health care within the church. What can the church […]

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4 Elements of Emotional Wisdom

It’s Okay to be Really SadAround the same time my Grandfather died last year, my son’s best friend moved away. I told Ben, “It’s okay to be sad.” The kid’s parents bought a beautiful new home across town, so my son has lost his favorite friend, the kid who sat next to him every day […]

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VIDEO: Why It’s Time to Let Go of Past Pain & Move Forward

Have you ever been hurt so badly that you thought you’d never get out of that pain and move to the other side? You deserve to let it go and learn how to move forward with your life. Here’s why. Are you ready to let go of past pain and move forward with your life? […]

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Priest condemns suicide at student’s funeral. Here’s what you need to know.

On Dec. 4, 18-year-old University of Toledo student Maison Hullibarger died by suicide. Maison was a passionate, straight-A student and stand-out athlete adored by friends and family. Instead of celebrating his life, Don LaCuesta, the priest presiding over Hullibarger’s funeral, questioned suicide in the eyes of God. LaCuesta’s actions highlight the need for a better […]

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