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ABC's of Suicide

Ask  Breathe  Capture  

Ask yourself two important questions
1.  What am I feeling?  2. When did I first feel like this?
 
Breathe deeply – wait for the answer . . . . then . . . .
1.  Smile   2.  Go for a walk   
3.  Laugh as if no one is watching for you’ve been
set free from feeling like that.
 
Capture your thoughts.
1.  Let go of poor me lies.  2.  Begin to support yourself in loving ways.
  
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Love yourself enough to look in the mirror and change the way you look at life.
 
Your daily schedule  
Look in the mirror.  Smile.  Speak with confidence, saying:
Empowered, enlightened, equipped and encouraged. 
That’s who I am. 
Leaping over walls of discouragement and disappointment. 
That’s what I’m able to do. 
Supporting myself in loving joyous ways.
Experiencing the sweetness of today, just by being ‘me’. 
That’s who I choose to be.

Why not grab a box of kleenex.  Get to know Big G and how much He loves you. 

Any time you want to watch the video below to bring peace to your mind.
Tell yourself to 'be still and listen' until your mind is more relaxed.
 
When you're ready, watch the video,
365 names of God.  Created by John Paul Jackson.
Doing these things helped Dorothy to cry, breathe deeply
and gave her a higher order to her mind. 


Being Still with Big G, brought light into her thoughts.  
Each time she did this, her mind gained order.  She found that
with each session the order of her thoughts lasted longer and longer.

Celebrate your life - you've been set free!  
Free to be who you were created to be!
This is your flight to freedom.

p.s. Dorothy is a suicide survivor