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Comments for Prevention Communities https://preventioncommunities.com Finding hope after giving up. You aren't alone. Wed, 14 Feb 2018 07:33:39 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.2 Comment on 13 Reasons Why – Follow-up thoughts by Sally https://preventioncommunities.com/13-reasons-why-follow-up/#comments/908 Sat, 10 Jun 2017 04:07:09 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=608#comment-908 Digging in , Quix. Thank you for your leadership, as always.

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Comment on 13 Reasons Why – Follow-up thoughts by drlezine https://preventioncommunities.com/13-reasons-why-follow-up/#comments/905 Sat, 10 Jun 2017 00:02:18 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=608#comment-905 In reply to Deb Peddycoart.

Thanks Deb! I really appreciate that.

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Comment on 13 Reasons Why – Follow-up thoughts by Deb Peddycoart https://preventioncommunities.com/13-reasons-why-follow-up/#comments/902 Fri, 09 Jun 2017 22:52:03 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=608#comment-902 Thank you for this resource and the time, thought and expertise that created it.
Deb

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Comment on 13 Reasons Why – Resources by 13 Reasons Why - Follow-up thoughts - Prevention Communities https://preventioncommunities.com/13rw-resources/#comments/901 Fri, 09 Jun 2017 22:17:52 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=562#comment-901 […] a prior post I provided a link to resources related to the hit Netflix Series “13 Reasons Why” (13RW) – and a little while […]

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Comment on 13 Reasons Why – Resources by Bill https://preventioncommunities.com/13rw-resources/#comments/884 Sat, 06 May 2017 03:49:14 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=562#comment-884 Well done Dr. Lezine! Thank you

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Comment on Workshop supporting family and friends of attempt survivors by Annemarie Matulis https://preventioncommunities.com/finding-hope-workshop/#comments/883 Thu, 04 May 2017 02:28:08 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=488#comment-883 Left me speechless to see this up here. Thank you! I came home from #AAS17 more determined than ever to do more and to do better to encourage “my” segment of those impacted by suicide to step up & step out from the shadows. I believe the self-care and support solutions exist, we just need to open up and exchange lived experience. One next step is a new documentary that can work as a wonderful conversation starter…coming soon, just like this community. ~ peace

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Comment on Lessons from Autumn Trees by b dc https://preventioncommunities.com/lessons-of-autumn/#comments/869 Mon, 20 Feb 2017 22:27:28 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=329#comment-869 this is a beautiful description of life

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Comment on About Us by 5 Reasons You Should Know about DeQuincy Lezine | Active Minds Blog https://preventioncommunities.com/about/#comments/58 Mon, 09 Mar 2015 17:37:37 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/community/?page_id=104#comment-58 […] Prevention Communities is a resource for college and university studies. They translate research findings into everyday language so that more people can understand the information. DeQuincy is the president and CEO, and his goal is to help every student access the skills, and subsequently the hope, to cope with a mental health challenge. Their blog, 8 Stories Up, is an excellent resource for students. […]

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Comment on suicidal temporal relativity – why small acts matter by Heidi Bryan https://preventioncommunities.com/suicidal-temporal-relativity/#comments/12 Thu, 16 Oct 2014 15:10:58 +0000 https://preventioncommunities.com/?p=314#comment-12 Great post and so true. I’ve always maintained that the simplest gesture, the smallest act has the potential of making a huge impact on someone on any given day and can be life-saving.

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