Podcast

Suicide – Myths And Misconceptions (Mark Henick)

By Giving Voice to Depression on June 20, 2018

A suicide-attempt survivor and internationally-recognized mental-health advocate sets the record straight about several common misconceptions about suicide including the idea people attempt “for attention” and that suicide occurs “out of the blue, with no warning.”…

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Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Dr. John Draper)

By Giving Voice to Depression on June 13, 2018

Recent back-to-back celebrity suicides have put the topic in the headlines. But for many, the thought is there regularly. Help is, too! The vast majority of people who consider suicide get through the crisis period…

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Season Two In Review

By Giving Voice to Depression on October 31, 2017

Podcast co-hosts Bridget and Terry look back at lessons they learned from the many people who shared their stories and expertise in the the episodes of season two.

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The Power of “Me Too”

By Giving Voice to Depression on October 8, 2017

  This morning Sarah (Giving Voice to Depression’s social media goddess and watch guard) and I spent several hours at a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. (My partner/sister/BFF Bridget joined us in…

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Suicide Prevention; Part Two

By Giving Voice to Depression on September 12, 2017

  In part two of our Suicide Prevention series, Dr. Barbara Moser gives us the language and some practical tips for how to have the difficult but necessary conversations with someone you care about who…

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Suicide Prevention; Part One

By Giving Voice to Depression on September 6, 2017

  We often hear that suicide is preventable. But what does that really mean? What do we need to know and understand to be able to help someone through a suicidal crisis? Dr. Barbara Moser,…