When was the last time you had the opportunity to share your story? Do you think it's worth telling? On this episode, Jamie Thurman shares her story of how suicide crushed her world, not once but twice. Thank God she decided to share her story because she found healing in the process. Jamie also found a community that was hungry for support and joined the American Foundation for Suicide prevention to lead her community with support and resources. She also has started Pensacola's first "Out of the Darkness" walk. It's time to share your story and support those around you. Jamie lives a beautiful Life In Purple. What you say is what you become."
What happens after your spouse, family member, or your friend commit suicide? Are YOU ignored, or treated like YOU have a disease? On this episode you will hear Dr. Melinda Moore, founder of www.posttraumaticgrowth.com, explain what it was like after her husband committed suicide.Listen Now!
It is often thought that if you share your feelings it is a sign of weakness; especially if you are sad about something or you fear something. On this episode, Dr. Michael Brant DeMaria, shares why a person should meditate and its benefits along with helping raise awareness for people who are struggling with suicidal thoughts.Listen Now!
It's so easy to get caught up in the lie of thinking you are not good enough. I've been there and believed that lie for far too long. On this episode, I give my own tips on how I learned to increase my self worth. It may surprise you, but it's easier than you think.Listen Now!