The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Annual Out of the Darkness overnight walk drew nearly 2,000 participants on June 9th in San Francisco. The event included survivors of suicide loss, those with depression and other mental illnesses, as well as suicide prevention advocates. The 2012 Overnight has raised $2.3 million. I’m posting this because I haven’t really seen any other focuses on the even and … Continue reading Thousands Walk To Raise Suicide Awareness
According to NBC News, a woman received multiple gunshot wounds while her 13 year old daughter was killed at a housing project in Harlem, New York on Tuesday morning. The mother, who’s in critical condition at the Harlem Hospital, told police officers that the suspect is none other than her 28 year old son. WTH! The man was shot by police during a confrontation outside the building and was taken to the hospital for his injuries. Continue reading “Brother Kills Sister, Mother Wounded in Harlem”
How you choose to live your life is very important. This journey called life is one of the most unpredictable sojourns as human beings we will ever make. Every waking day is not guaranteed, it is rather a privileged blessing that needs to be appreciated every day.