On December 20, 2010, our son Nathan died by suicide. We had no idea there was a problem. Now we understand many children deal with problems with their minds and emotions which may lead to tragedy or life-long struggles. If parents were more aware of this issue, we believe that they could help their children navigate through these challenges.
This site offers practical action steps for parents to help raise emotionally healthy children. Each of the five suggested steps offer basic components that can be accomplished quickly and extended steps that require more time.
The five steps are:
International Survivors of Suicide Day
Lory's Place, St. Joe
Hosted by Lakeland HealthCare,
January 30, 6-9 pm