Gary Roe / Suicide Prevention

Gary Roe / Suicide prevention

https://www.garyroe.com/the-suicide-prevention-project/

Gary Roe, an author and grief counselor has a web page to help those who are battling with suicidal thoughts, and for their loved ones. His goal is to reach as many people as he can to help prevent this tragedy. For someone who has battled with depression and suicide attempts, I am grateful for the support I have received through his counsel and his books.

His latest book ‘Living on the Edge’ Teen addition is one I recommend to anyone. We all have teenagers in our lives and this is a useful tool to help you recognize and hopefully prevent a loss of life. You can find it on Amazon. There are 3 more books that will be released over the summer which I am looking forward to reading myself. With so many dealing with depression, anxiety, and grief, we are losing loved ones to suicide. We have to do everything that we can to fight this. We need to not only be there but we need to be informed in how we can best help.

I survived my suicide attempts, which I have shared in my testimony, “I gave up on life and survived’, but many who are on this path don’t make it because they are fighting a battle they can’t win on their own. Be the one who can make a difference, because you may be the only one to reach that person who is at the end of their rope.

Check out Gary’s website and get a copy of his book.

2 thoughts on “Gary Roe / Suicide Prevention

  1. I battled depression for years after my Celiac diagnosis. I never attempted suicide, but I desperately wanted to go home to Heaven and I was in a very bad state of mind. The Lord carried me through it and I only made it through because of Him. Thank you for letting people know about the book. God bless you Julie!

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