Feeling isolation while isolated and alone makes logical sense. Conversely, doesn’t have to.
Feeling isolation while in a roomful of people also, still makes logical sense. Conversely, doesn’t have to.
Feeling stuck in your life and isolated in spite of a career, money in the bank, having pets, children and a partner, fulfilled dreams and educational goals achieved and alone further still makes logical sense….if…
…you haven’t yet taken the step to stop numbing and distracting yourself from feeling that darkness and just been honest that you are unhappy with how things are.
If you are feeling like you have no one to turn to, your relationships are empty, your happiness is brittle, you may be are thinking, “There is no point to this life.” Sometimes when people are experiencing all of these things and feeling overwhelmed, that are thinking about suicide. Are you thinking about suicide?
I am a former suicide crisis prevention hotline operator and I can relate to those feelings of hopelessness and helplessness you may be feeling. The thing is, deferring someone out to another, and for those of your personally experiencing thoughts of suicide, the thought of being connected to yet another potential disappointment sends that message that it being with thoughts of suicide is a burden and someone else’s problem. What if I told you there was a heartfelt, compassionate, ready willing and able person to serve them in their time of hopelessness with sincere hope?
We don’t have to wait until an emotional crisis to prevent having this important conversation of suicide thought.
Who do you know that can connect with a lost soul?
I provide you that safe space to be raw and honest. Where do you go?
My service provides you the answers to your rhetorical question, relieves you of needing to “fake it til you make it,” reclaim who you once were before you became burnt out evolved to be a sell-out.