A dying shame.


WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY. -A Daisy in the willows perspective.

Daisy in the Willows

Yeah, I’m obviously not going ignore that it is WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION  DAY -especially considering the work and training I have been doing this week, around Mental Health Recovery embracing the 5 key concepts to   the

Wellness

Recovery

Action Plan

Programme.

  1. HOPE-People who experience mental health difficulties get well, stay well and go on to meet their life dreams and goals.

  2. SELF-RESPONSIBILITY– It’s up to you, with the assistance of others, to take action and do what needs to be done to keep yourself well.

  3.  EDUCATION-Learning all you can about what you are experiencing so you can make good decisions about all aspects of you life.

  4. SELF-ADVOCACY-Effectively reaching out to others so that you can get what it is that you need, want and deserve to support your wellness and recovery.

  5. SUPPORT – While working toward your wellness is up to you, receiving support from…

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20 thoughts on “A dying shame.

  1. Excellent summary daisy. We all should be there for one another and listen to that person who is going through something in his or/her life. I know in my time and still til this day…I too, feel at times suicidal. I lost 2 important people in my life and it still hurts. I know my girlfriend is there with me to help me through it and makes me realize that there is still hope.

    Daisy, thank you for writing this. You are a good and sweet person.

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