If you struggle with suicidal thoughts … 1. Commit to not doing anything for this moment – Despite the fact that the pain is overwhelming, choose to … Coping with Suicidal Thoughts
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We defy Foundation Veterans Day event
Hey guys as an abassador at the We Defy Foundation Im proud to invite you to join us this Veterans Day in celebrating and honoring those that risk their lives everyday for us. Whether you want to sign up you and your friends for a 5k run or your a dojo that is willing toContinue reading “We defy Foundation Veterans Day event”
How to recover from depression….
“Depression loves me”….. You may have said this to yourself many times… You are not alone…. Most of us have depression issues…. And we can’t blame … How to recover from depression…. Really interesting article. But I like the most is that all of the suggestions can be done right now, today, from your home.Continue reading “How to recover from depression….”
World Suicide Prevention Day: A Look at Suicide Attempt Survivors
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. It’s also National Suicide Prevention Week and National Suicide Prevention Month (that’s a lot of awareness!).… World Suicide Prevention Day: A Look at Suicide Attempt Survivors
Virus vs Quarantine? Mental vs physical health?
The Overwhelming Sound of Pain
by Ray Navarro MS “I have learned now that while those who speak about one’s miseries usually hurt, those who keep silence hurt more” (C.S. Lewis). When you think of pain do you think physical or mental? When I was growing up there was a constant debate about nurture vs nature. People argued their pointContinue reading “The Overwhelming Sound of Pain”
A silent culprit of the victims of reality. A cruel unknown punishment of the four chambers of thought. No rash, no fever, no blood tests to scurry … Silent Plague=Depression
The Neurobiology of Traumatic Fight/Flight/Freeze
This is an updated version of a post on the fight/flight/freeze response from a couple of years ago. A few years ago I was thinking about applying … The Neurobiology of Traumatic Fight/Flight/Freeze
The Stigma of Anger
By Ray Navarro MS When I was a kid, I was an angry one. I was bullied, picked on, and at times I was even chased from school all the way home. I grew up hating people. I used my anger as a way of not just protecting myself but also as a way ofContinue reading “The Stigma of Anger”
Virus or Quarantine? loss of health or loss of mind?
By Ray Navarro MS As adults most of us are struggling to make sense of what we should do in these insane times. Depending on what channel you watch, it has a direct effect on how you’re handling this crisis, at least for a lot of us. But this rant isn’t about a conspiracy theoryContinue reading “Virus or Quarantine? loss of health or loss of mind?”