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Amelia Lehto
Suicidologist. Crisis Response. MH Advocate. Chef. Storyteller. Optimist. Nature Enthusiast. Survivor. Mother. Comedian. All opinions are my own.
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Josh A. Foundation 23h
Loved meeting with from and hearing about all the great work they are doing to pull the community together!
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Lena Heilmann, Ph.D. Dec 10
, chronic , unresolved grief. Whatever we call it, the experience is exhausting & draining. I feel like I’ve grieved long enough. I want my sister back. I want to trade in this grief for another chance at saving her. 💔
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AAS Suicidology Dec 10
We are so proud of our organizational member and accredited crisis center for working with youth volunteer who was recently honored by for her work in youth suicide prevention
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Phil Anderson Dec 7
New research has found that serious childhood infections are associated with a substantial increased risk of poor mental health - infections requiring hospitalisation had a 84% increased risk of being diagnosed with a mental disorder
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Crisis Text Line Dec 7
We can't de-stigmatize mental health if we don't talk about it. Share your stories, if you feel like you're in a place to do so. You don't know whose life your story can save.
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creightonc Dec 5
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Jonathan Singer Dec 8
Nearly 50% of school social workers aren't equipped to deal with . Here are 3 things we can do.
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Lena Heilmann, Ph.D. Dec 7
“Perhaps I am too impatient. Perhaps outrage and resources to address this issue [of rising rates] are forthcoming. Somehow, I doubt it. But should be treated like any other crisis” ...
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Sue Ann Atkerson Dec 7
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Amelia Lehto Dec 8
Raising a teenager now, I understand why my mom yelled for 16 years of her life and damn mom, you were the real MVP
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Dr.Bart Andrews@BHR Dec 7
Great question and great passion in this call to action. We spend, federally, 200 million/yr more on health impact of dietary supplements than we do on Suicide is a public health crisis — so where’s the money and will to end it?
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Amelia Lehto Dec 7
Does arguing with a taller version of myself count as a hobby? Because I am not about that life.
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Amelia Lehto Dec 7
Replying to @deseraestage
It'll probably go away but there will be other delights in store.
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Jonathan Singer Dec 5
Wouldn't it be great to live in a world where was a "never event?" Listen to David Covington explain how the initiative is doing just that in healthcare.
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Crisis Text Line Dec 4
Stop glorifying stress culture. Being stressed is not a sign of being accomplished, or being smart, or being talented. It's a sign of being overworked and overwhelmed. Make your self care a priority.
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USA TODAY Nov 28
Replying to @DocForeman
"I hope that we’re on a cusp of a movement," said. "Where the people who have survived suicide attempts ... the people who are left, that they get up and say: This suffering is the same as someone who has died by HIV ... or cancer. It deserves the same ... science."
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USA TODAY Nov 28
Replying to @Centerstone
Having primary care doctors, nurses and others in health care identify and work with patients who might be suicidal is also effective and core to , a movement being held up as a model. saw more than a 60% reduction in suicide rates where implemented.
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USA TODAY Nov 28
Replying to @USATODAY
Means safety -- which can include everything from locking up your gun or medicine cabinet to cities installing pedestrian barriers on bridges -- has also been proven to work.
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USA TODAY Nov 28
Replying to @alia_e
Creating a safety plan is simple and cheap -- and has saved lives. by
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