SLOW SUICIDE~HOW & WHY PEOPLE GIVE UP ...and what to do about it.
What is this and why write about a topic like this? This is something that needs a light shed on. People are dying everyday at their own hands from something they do everyday without intentionally thinking they are killing themselves.
This is not about suicide per se but it is about the acts that lead to early death that people do every day knowing they can die as a result.
Now some things are very clearly life ending, we are focusing on the not so obvious ways people take years off their lives every day. You will see you in some of it as I did. Let's face it, we all eat greasy french fries some times knowing they are killers. Alone they are not but every day or put together with other awful eating habits, they are life ending sooner or later.
That is a tiny example what we are discussing here and your eyes will be opened to more ways people end lives every day without guns, poison or pills.
People need to hear the truth about their daily choices and how they affect their lives or deaths.
How, when and where do we use this guide you ask? It can be given to anyone or run as a class. Everyone makes some choices every day that do not support life. Many drink and go to excess with it. Many overeat or eat things they know are bad for them. Many do things without a thought that truly could end their lives.
Some have no dreams or reason to live an impeccable life. They do as they please thinking there are not consequences. They might feel they have no reason to try.
What if YOU save lives by sharing this information? Yes, this is absolutely possible, it can save lives.
People need to see how what they are doing is a slow death, a giving up of sorts, not caring much any more. You can shed light on this with them!
Why do people give up? How do they give up? What they can do about it.
You can use this as:
as a workshop
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Find out here in this brand new guide.......
Cover photo taken by Bette Shaw while on the river kayaking. It is used here to represent how death is a moment away and anyone can succumb. Getting free is the flower floating away from the grip of addiction and death dealing habits.