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Oluwatosin Olabode
CEO | Suicide Prevention Advocate | Character Coach | Bible Teacher | Author of 3 books When God Falls In Love now available using link 👇
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 16
Replying to @CivvyKarla
Congratulations in advance...
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 14
Replying to @doublestfoudatn
Speak from emotions instead of documented and proven research. It is important to note that just because something doesn't make sense to us doesn't mean it is wrong. is working on publishing Nigerian data so people can better appreciate the current fight for MHA
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 14
Replying to @DoubleST_Sst
To go. Suicide is preventable and help is available. The concept of help is unending- Research has shown that putting a ban to lethal weapons and means, legalizing suicide and "as sure" do not increase but rather reduce cases of suicide. This seems unconventional, so we often...
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 14
Replying to @victorr_ugo
Combined) while nearly 62.1 per cent bit the dust by consuming poison — often Sniper. Reading through the comments on Explanation for why banning sniper is essentially important in Nigeria today just shows that as a people we have a long...
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 14
In a study by the Suicide Research and Prevention Initiative (SUPRIN) conducted in Lagos State University Hospital. Out of 66 suicide victims cumulatively recorded in 2018, only about 37.9 per cent died by (or attempted) suicide through conventional means (that is all other means
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Yemisi Ajeojo May 14
You voted navy blue and there you go! 🤣  But 4 months writing and 2 months in editing and reviews and many more months of procrastinating, I may not have told you why I wrote this book, here it is!
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 13
Replying to @NaijaFlyingDr
It's the only way the writers could end the "season" in the way the intend it to...
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 13
Great...
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 8
Replying to @Glossyvibez
Things could be worse OR you should be strong, are not statements to make when interacting with someone that is suicidal. They're not you. It's not about you. Instead ask how you can help. Be sensitive but also be real. If it's beyond you, encourage them to get professional help
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Double ST Foundation May 8
“It is the chief joy of all holy beings to witness the joy and happiness of those around them.” Ellen G. White
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
Replying to @tingshep16
Amen. Godspeed. Godstrength. Go make it happen...
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
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Double ST Foundation May 6
“Joy can only be real if people look upon their life as a service and have a definite object in life outside themselves and their personal happiness.” Leo Tolstoy
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
Replying to @DoubleST_Sst
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
Replying to @DoubleST_Sst
The sad news broke this morning of a lady that might have died by suicide from the University of Jos. We cannot afford to keep losing great minds to a 100% preventable illness. It's time we make a stand to help or link people with those that can help.
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
Replying to @DoubleST_Sst
and the financial implication of being in a lot of places can be overwhelming and so we are sending forth this collection to places we might never even physically reach. Our goal is the Northern educational atmosphere; starting with Plateau State.
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
Replying to @DoDoubles
have embraced and must discard. Alive anthology seeks to offer a spark of hope. To remind people that they're not alone. To offer solutions that have worked for others and to establish pathways to getting help. We understand as that we cannot be everywhere
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
Replying to @DoubleST_Sst
We laugh and mock at the things that lead up to suicide and then are sympathetic to people who are no longer around. Who are we deceiving. We are a generation that loves to trend more than we do to offer help. This is not true. It is not our truth. It is only the reality we...
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
Replying to @DoubleST_Sst
But this is only one side of the story. It's our collective effort to tell the other side of this story. To show hope and help in the way and ways we live our lives. You are not required to be a specialist to be KIND and LOVING. To be observant and a good LISTENER. Etc..
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Oluwatosin Olabode May 6
It's a thrend- Suicide is preventable & Help is available. There is however so much stigma around situations we do not understand. This affects to a very large extend people's ability to seek and ask for help. Suicide comes from a place of hopelessness and helplessness.. .
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