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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    "The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are."

    — Jung

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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    “I'm not perfect... But I'm enough.”

    “What is most personal is most universal.”

    “The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.”

    ~ Carl Rogers

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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    "These mountains that you are carrying, you were only supposed to climb.”

    – Najwa Zebian, The Nectar of Pain

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    "At the darkest moment comes the light."

    ~ Joseph Campbell

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    "You've got one life to live. Don't live it for other people. Pay attention to it."

    ~ Joseph Campbell

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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    “In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there's something stronger – something better, pushing right back.”

    ~ Albert Camus

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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    (part of)
    Lost at sea

    "In the midst of the storm, through the dark of the night.
    Shines a glimmer of hope, a beacon of light"

    ~Me

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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    "Don't let go. You've got the music in you."

    ~ New Radicals, "You Get What You Give"


    "Don't die with your music still in you."

    ~ Wayne Dyer

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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    "Soak up the views. Take in the bad weather and the good weather. You are not the storm."

    "You can walk through a storm and feel the wind but you know you are not the wind. That is how we must be with our minds."

    "Understand, for instance, that having a sad thought, even having a continual succession of sad thoughts, is not the same as being a sad person."

    ~ Matt Haig

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    Re: Suicide Prevention Quotes

    It's the thought that counts: belief in suicide as an escape moderates the relationship between emotion dysregulation and suicidal ideation cross-sectionally and longitudinally

    While interventions might focus more exclusively on providing emotion regulation strategies to reduce the intensity and frequency of emotion dysregulation, it could prove beneficial to also use cognitive restructuring to address beliefs related to experiential avoidance and nonacceptance of emotional distress. For instance, a client who believes "I can't handle this" or "it is too much, I need to get out" might benefit from cognitive tools that illustrate previous incidents of being able to manage distress effectively without escape. This client might also benefit from mindfulness strategies that include sitting with distress and tolerating and accepting emotions without following through with urges for avoidance/escape. In this manner, when the client faces moments of emotion dysregulation in the future, they might be less likely to consider suicide as a way to escape momentary distress. Rather, such clients might more easily recall moments of being able to cope with distress (i.e., cognitive restructuring) and might use newly acquired mindfulness skills to sit with distress without avoidance or escape.

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