Are you in a crisis? Need help or want to learn more about SWWF! Call +1(601)882-3441 (SWWF)

logo (4)

The telltale Indicators Of A Suicidal Individual

the telltale indicators of a suicidal individual

People often receive the news of suicide with sheer amazement. They testify for the fervor and ebullience of the person that took their life as if it all happened overnight. Suicide Watch and Wellness Foundation Organization after assisting countless helpless individuals who were on the brink of ending it for themselves can bear witness to the […]

Suicide Warning Signs on Social Media: What You Can Do When It’s Someone You Know

suicide warning signs on social media

It appears that people are spending more time on social media than they have ever done before. The majority of posts are innocent depictions of everyday life; they include status updates, images of friends or food, and even the occasional joke. People, on the other hand, occasionally discuss personal matters and display indicators that things […]

Moving Beyond Common Misconceptions About Suicide Myths

moving beyond common misconceptions about suicide myths

When it comes to suicide, there is a profusion of conflicting information that makes it hard to identify between myth and fact. However, being aware of the realities may enable us to take life-saving methods to help our children. According to research, having open and straightforward dialogues with your loved ones about their emotional challenges […]

How to Handle Adolescent Depression

how to handle adolescent depression

It is a heartbreaking reminder that depression and other mood disorders may be fatal illnesses, as was the case with Robin Williams’ death. Depression, particularly when present in conjunction with alcohol or drug misuse, is a significant risk factor for completing a successful suicide attempt. Depression and suicide are linked not only in adults but […]

Saving one life is like saving all of humanity

helping people around

There is a saying in many beliefs and religions where they state that saving one life means saving all of humanity. One of the biggest risks to life itself is suicide as an estimated 1 million people worldwide die by suicide every year. Globally, suicide ranks among the three leading causes of death among those […]

The “Not My Kid” Phenomenon and Teen Mental Health Issues

the not my kid phenomenon and teen mental health issues

Whether you are a parent or a caregiver, you are familiar with your children – you have watched them grow up and are aware of their strengths and weaknesses. Recognizing that kids won’t always be willing to share their life with you might be both shocking and worrying. Particularly difficult for children to discuss freely […]

Suicide Myths: Eliminating Mental Health Stigma

suicide myths eliminating mental health stigma

Stigma is described as a mark of dishonour that distinguishes a person from the rest of society. Unfortunately, the stigma associated with mental illness leads to feelings of guilt, discomfort, and a reluctance to seek treatment. According to research: 3 out of every 4 people who suffer from a mental illness have faced stigma. 1 […]

Is There A Link Between ADHD And Suicide In Youth?

is there a link between adhd and suicide in youth

ADHD is a developmental disorder characterised by delays in a person’s ability to control, or regulate, his or her own attention, behaviour, and emotions. ADHD is a condition in which a person’s ability to regulate his or her attention, conduct, and emotions is impaired. A child’s ability to function at home, at school, and with […]

Skip to content