I Have a Confession: I’m a Christian and I was Suicidal

I Have a Confession: I’m a Christian and I was Suicidal

Every year, 45,000 Americans die by suicide. And for every completed suicide, there are 25 more unsuccessful attempts. That’s over 1 million suicide attempts in the U.S. every year! Through my own physical illness and descent into depression’s valley, I came to realize that even Christians get depressed and consider suicide.

Suicide: There’s Another Way

Suicide: There’s Another Way

Often times, a person who considers suicide doesn’t really want to die, they just want to end the pain. If you’re struggling with suicidal thoughts or you’re in the valley of depression, you’re not alone! There is help, hope and healing. Read more for encouraging resources. If you know someone who is struggling with suicidal thoughts, share this message with them. […]

5 Promises From God To The Patient I Didn’t Meet

5 Promises From God To The Patient I Didn’t Meet

The call came in to my office on a Monday morning. Her mother, cancelling her appointment. She wouldn’t be coming in for her evaluation for diagnosis and treatment plan…she had attempted suicide over the weekend and was still in the hospital.

We hadn’t met yet, but I wish we had. There was so much I would have told her. My heart breaks for her and the 5400 teenagers who attempt suicide EVERY DAY in the United States. I’m so glad she wasn’t one in 25 who succeeded in her attempt to end her life. Most people who consider suicide don’t want to die—they just want the pain to end. I understand. I wish I could tell her that and so much more. We could talk for hours, days even, but here is just a snippet of what I would say to the patient I didn’t get to meet. [more]

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