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40,000 American Suicides in 2012 – National Suicide Awareness Campaign to Help Save Souls – Please SHARE

Do YOU Need help? Are you or someone you LOVE having Suicidal Thoughts? In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for 24 Hour, 7 Days a Week The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

You are NEVER alone and someone LOVES you more than you’ll ever know. Suicide is a permanent solution to a TEMPORARY problem. This too shall pass my brothers and sisters – keep pushing, even blindly through the darkness, there is LIGHT ahead!

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In 2010, there were 38,364 reported suicide deaths. Governmental Agencies stopped doing studies because the numbers climb annually, they don’t want to admit this is a growing epidemic and now one of the leading Causes of Death in America.

An estimated 40,000 Suicides occurred in America in 2012 – that’s 109 fellow humans, friends and/or loved ones who gave up on life each day, just in America.

Please watch and SHARE this video to help SAVE one more LIFE possibly TODAY.

I’m posting this today, Friday, March 22, 2013 because Suicide Awareness Month isn’t until September and we’ll lose 17,864 or more beautiful souls with afflicted minds by August 31, 2013…

Please SHARE TO HELP Save Someone today. Share on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, email it, text it – just SHARE it.

Need help? In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

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General Stats From http://www.afsp.org
© 2013 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. All rights reserved.

– In 2010 (latest available data), there were 38,364 reported suicide deaths.
– Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death for adults between the ages of 18 and 65 years in the United States.
– Currently, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.
– A person dies by suicide about every 14 minutes in the United States.
– Every day, approximately 105 Americans take their own life.
– Ninety percent of all people who die by suicide have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder at the time of their death.
– There are four male suicides for every female suicide, but three times as many females as males attempt suicide.
– There are an estimated 8-25 attempted suicides for every suicide death.

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Need help? Are you or someone you LOVE having Suicidal Thoughts?
In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for 24 Hour, 7 Days a Week The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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—–>>>Youth

– Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death among those 5-14 years old.
– Suicide is the third leading cause of death among those 15-24 years old.
– Between the mid-1950s and the late 1970s, the suicide rate among U.S. males aged 15-24 more than tripled (from 6.3 per 100,000 in 1955 to 21.3 in 1977). Among females aged 15-24, the rate more than doubled during this period (from 2.0 to 5.2). The youth suicide rate generally leveled off during the 1980s and early 1990s, and since the mid-1990s has been steadily decreasing.
– Between 1980-1996, the suicide rate for African-American males aged 15-19 has also doubled.
– Risk factors for suicide among the young include suicidal thoughts, psychiatric disorders (such as depression, impulsive aggressive behavior, bipolar disorder, certain anxiety disorders), drug and/or alcohol abuse and previous suicide attempts, with the risk increased if there is situational stress and access to firearms.

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Need help? Are you or someone you LOVE having Suicidal Thoughts?
In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for 24 Hour, 7 Days a Week The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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—–Older People

– The suicide rates for men rise with age, most significantly after age 65.
– The rate of suicide in men 65+ is seven times that of females who are 65+.
– The suicide rates for women peak between the ages of 45-54 years old, and again after age 75.
– About 60 percent of elderly patients who take their own lives see their primary care physician within a few months of their death.
– Six to 9 percent of older Americans who are in a primary care setting suffer from major depression.
– More than 30 percent of patients suffering from major depression report suicidal ideation.
– Risk factors for suicide among the elderly include: a previous attempt, the presence of a mental illness, the presence of a physical illness, social isolation (some studies have shown this is especially so in older males who are recently widowed) and access to means, such as the availability of firearms in the home.

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Need help? Are you or someone you LOVE having Suicidal Thoughts?
In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for 24 Hour, 7 Days a Week The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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—– Depression

– Over 60 percent of all people who die by suicide suffer from major depression. If one includes alcoholics who are depressed, this figure rises to over 75 percent.
– Depression affects nearly 10 percent of Americans ages 18 and over in a given year, or more than 24 million people.
– More Americans suffer from depression than coronary heart disease (17 million), cancer (12 million) and HIV/AIDS (1 million).
– About 15 percent of the population will suffer from clinical depression at some time during their lifetime. Thirty percent of all clinically depressed patients attempt suicide; half of them ultimately die by suicide.
– Depression is among the most treatable of psychiatric illnesses. Between 80 percent and 90 percent of people with depression respond positively to treatment, and almost all patients gain some relief from their symptoms. But first, depression has to be recognized.

—– Alcohol and Suicide
– Ninety-six percent of alcoholics who die by suicide continue their substance abuse up to the end of their lives.
– Alcoholism is a factor in about 30 percent of all completed suicides.
– Approximately 7 percent of those with alcohol dependence will die by suicide.

—– Firearms and Suicide

– Although most gun owners reportedly keep a firearm in their home for “protection” or “self defense,” 83 percent of gun-related deaths in these homes are the result of a suicide, often by someone other than the gun owner.
– Firearms are used in more suicides than homicides.
– Death by firearms is the fastest growing method of suicide.
– Firearms account for 50 percent of all suicides.

—– Medical Illness and Suicide

– Patients who desire an early death during a serious or terminal illness are usually suffering from a treatable depressive condition.

– People with AIDS have a suicide risk up to 20 times that of the general population.

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Need help? Are you or someone you LOVE having Suicidal Thoughts?
In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for 24 Hour, 7 Days a Week The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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The following LIST OF “MENTAL ILLNESSES” as listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is the American Psychiatric Association’s standard reference for psychiatry which includes over 400 different definitions of mental disorders. If all of these “disorders” or “illnesses” can be treated by medication, why are the SUICIDE rates climbing each year? Please Read ALL the Psychiatric Prescriptions Warnings, many INCREASE SUICIDAL THOUGHTS…

Acute stress disorder
Adjustment disorder
Adolescent antisocial behavior
Adult antisocial behavior
Adverse effects of medication-not otherwise specified
Age-related cognitive decline
Agoraphobia
Alcohol abuse
Alcohol dependence
Alcohol withdrawal
Alcoholic hallucinosis
Alzheimer’s disease
Amnestic disorder
Amphetamine dependence
Amphetamine withdrawal psychosis
Anorexia nervosa
Anterograde amnesia
Antisocial personality disorder
Anxiety disorder
Anxiolytic-related disorders
Asperger syndrome
Attention deficit disorder
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Autism
Autophagia
Avoidant personality disorder

Barbiturate dependence
Benzodiazepine dependence
Benzodiazepine misuse
Benzodiazepine withdrawal
Bereavement
Bibliomania
Binge eating disorder

Bipolar disorder
Bipolar I disorder
Bipolar II disorder
Body dysmorphic disorder
Borderline intellectual functioning
Borderline personality disorder
Brief psychotic disorder
Bulimia nervosa

Claustrophobia
Catatonic disorder
Catatonic schizophrenia
Childhood amnesia
Childhood antisocial behavior
Cocaine dependence
Cocaine intoxication
Cognitive disorder
Communication disorder
Conduct disorder
Cotard delusion
Cyclothymia

Delirium tremens
Depersonalization disorder
Depressive disorder
Derealization disorder
Desynchronosis
Diogenes Syndrome
Dispareunia
Dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder)
Dyslexia
Dysthymia
EDNOS
Encopresis
Ekbom’s Syndrome (Delusional Parasitosis)
Enuresis (not due to a general medical condition)
Erotomania
Exhibitionism
Factitious disorder
Fregoli delusion
Frotteurism
Fugue State
Ganser syndrome (due to a mental disorder)
Generalized anxiety disorder
General adaptation syndrome
Grandiose delusions
Hallucinogen-related disorder
Hallucinogen persisting perception disorder
Histrionic personality disorder
Huntington’s disease
Hypomanic episode
Hypochondriasis
Impulse control disorder
Impulse-control disorder not elsewhere classified
Inhalant abuse
Insomnia due to a general medical condition
Intermittent explosive disorder
Kleptomania
Korsakoff’s syndrome
Lacunar amnesia
Major depressive disorder
Major depressive episode
Male erectile disorder
Malingering
Manic episode
Mathematics disorder
Medication-related disorder
Melancholia
Minor depressive disorder
Minor depressive episode
Misophonia
Mixed episode
Mood disorder
Mood episode
Morbid jealousy
Munchausen’s syndrome
Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy
Multiple personality disorder (Dissociative identity disorder)
Narcissistic personality disorder
Neglect of child
Neuroleptic-related disorder
Nicotine withdrawal
Night eating syndrome
Nightmare disorder
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD)
Oneirophrenia
Opioid dependence
Opioid-related disorder
Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)
Pain disorder
Panic disorder
Paranoid personality disorder
Parasomnia
Parkinson’s Disease
Partner relational problem
Pathological gambling
Perfectionism
Persecutory delusion
Personality change due to a general medical condition
Personality disorder
Pervasive developmental disorder (PDD)
Phencyclidine (or phencyclidine-like)-related disorder
Phobic disorder
Phonological disorder
Physical abuse
Pica
Polysubstance-related disorder
Post-traumatic embitterment disorder (PTED)
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Premature ejaculation
Primary hypersomnia
Primary insomnia
Psychogenic amnesia
Psychological factor affecting medical condition
Psychotic disorder
Pyromania
Reactive attachment disorder of infancy or early childhood
Reading disorder
Recurrent brief depression
Relational disorder
Residual schizophrenia
Retrograde amnesia
Rett’s disorder
Rumination syndrome
Sadomasochism
Schizoaffective disorder
Schizoid personality disorder
Schizophrenia
Schizophreniform disorder
Schizotypal personality disorder
Seasonal affective disorder
Sedative-, hypnotic-, or anxiolytic-related disorder
Selective mutism
Separation anxiety disorder
Severe mental retardation
Shared psychotic disorder
Sleep disorder
Sleep terror disorder
Sleepwalking disorder
Social anxiety disorder
Social phobia
Somatization disorder
Somatoform disorder
Specific phobia
Stendhal syndrome
Stereotypic movement disorder
Stuttering
Substance-related disorder
Tardive dyskinesia
Transient global amnesia
Trichotillomania

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Need help? Are you or someone you LOVE having Suicidal Thoughts?
In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for 24 Hour, 7 Days a Week The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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You are NEVER alone and someone LOVES you more than you’ll ever know. Suicide is a permanent solution to a TEMPORARY problem. This too shall pass my brothers and sisters – keep pushing, even blindly through the darkness, there is LIGHT ahead!

Lincoln's Depression Fueled His Fire and Quest for Greatness - Are YOU one of the great ones?

“Lincoln didn’t do great work because he solved the problem of his depression; the problem of his depression was all the more fuel for the fire of his great work.”

The great ones are challenged the most, because THEY can handle it. Giving up on life is too easy and no matter how bad things get, the world is a better place because of YOU and someone loves you more than you know.

Are YOU one of the great ones?
Are you challenged more right now more than ever?
Promise to keep fighting and keep pushing forward, AMERICA, your family and your friends need YOU more than ever!

Quote above taken from an amazing article depicting the reality of Abraham Lincoln’s challenges with Depression and Severe Mood Disorder here: http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2005/10/lincolns-great-depression/304247/?single_page=true

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Chameleons Turn Grey When Depressed

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Chameleons can change their skin color, but they also change according to mood. Some turn GRAY when depressed or stressed.

What color are you when Depressed?
What color would you be when you are HAPPY?

Leave your feedback below

Daily Positive Affirmation for Kids and Parents with Brian Cimins – Every Day in Every Way, I’m Getting Better

Please enjoy another “Positive Affirmation for Kids” with Logan John Cimins, 5-year-old son of Life Coach and Grapplers Quest founder, Brian Cimins

“Every Day in Every Way, I’m Getting Better”
– Logan Cimins inspired by American Monk, Burt Goldman

This great positive affirmation is inspired by one of my mentors, Burt Goldman, aka “The American Monk”. It can be used at ANY age, especially for people who’ve been sick or with some type of long term illness.

People who consistently wait for others to ask, “How are you doing?” or “How are you feeling?”, just to launch into a 30 minute conversation about how much pain they are in or how bad something hurts or aches. Complaining and reliving an “old injury” is just magnifying the problem to you and the listening party.

Complaining doesn’t allow you to focus on your progress, however big or small, you are just wallowing in your pain. I broke my back in a martial arts competition on December 2, 2000 and was nearly paralyzed. As a martial arts event promoter, I refused to let my scary story give a black eye to the sport. I set out to completely recreate my mental frame of mind to help others deal with challenging situations, something life always seems to deliver.

Even if you are in pain, please realize EVERYONE “suffers” in their own way. By responding with a more uplifting and inspirational response, even if you are in pain when the person asks, you will quickly accelerate your own healing, even if just in your mind – at least it’s a start. Start healing in your mind first and YOUR body will follow. You must believe in this, if you really want to live pain free.

Give it a try, start today and repeat this Affirmation and Mantra every day for 30 days, “Every Day in Every Way, I’m Getting Better”.

Until next time, BE positive 🙂

With your success and happiness in mind
Your Strategy Coach,
Brian J. Cimins

Fear is a PRISON and if you don't address the REAL source of your FEAR, you are sentenced to FEAR for LIFE - Brian Cimins

Fear is a PRISON and if you don’t address the REAL source of your FEAR, you are sentenced to FEAR for LIFE – Brian Cimins

We can all be Super Heroes to our kids, but you got to be there first with Brian Cimins

We can all be Super Heroes to our kids, but you got to be there first. Logan and Kaylee have been home sick this week but I finally got to really focus on them, just as a Dad.

Balancing our work time with family time can be really challenging. Try not to be so hard on yourself – one day they will understand that you gave your heart and soul to both career and family…and it took everything you had – and THEY ARE WORTH IT!

Working from home has always been a challenge – but I finally am figuring out how to make it work and not be the absentee, “always busy” Dad who didn’t have time for his kids.

As parents, we all must realize that there will come a day that if we work all the time and avoid our most important job of all – being parents our children will not become the same amazing people they could and should become.

At the end of your life, images of your children, wife and loved ones will flash to you, not bank statements and piles of money. I’m not saying don’t try to be successful, I’m saying don’t let the endless pursuit of fame and fortune blind you from uncovering your true purpose in life beyond the game of Monopoly that we all enjoy playing so much. Don’t be afraid to dig deep into your subconscious mind…there’s an infinite universe inside your mind.

How to Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind – How to Heal Your Life from the Inside Out by Brian Cimins

Many therapists and psychiatrists agree that our Subconscious mind “runs the show” for your mental and physical reality. Our thoughts, whether conscious or not, manifest themselves in our every day life. Thoughts become things. If we are thinking positively, more positive energy and things are drawn towards us. Can we re-program and remove negative thoughts from our subconscious mind? The answer is YES – I learned to do it in my sleep and through daily guided meditation with Mind Master Hypnosis Program at: http://HowToHealYourLife.com

If you are constantly calling yourself names every time you make a mistake, even just with thoughts, like if you drop something and simply say to yourself, “I’m such an idiot” – your subconscious mind believes that about yourself, which isn’t fair, nice or accurate. If someone else called you an “Idiot” or another bad word, you’d be super mad and NEVER tolerate that right? From this point forward, don’t speak another negative word to yourself about yourself, for the rest of the world will say enough negative things about you, whether they know you or not. You can learn to reprogram your subconscious mind by guided meditation and advanced level hypnosis while you sleep – treat yourself like you are your best friend. Find out how to Master Your Mind with Hypnosis and Guided Meditation at: http://HowToHealYourLife.com

Master Your Mind and You Master Your Life!

Keep pushing forward through the storm – the light shines aheads of us all!

With Your Success in Mind,
Brian J. Cimins,
Strategic Interventionist

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“Depression is worrying about the Past and Anxiety is Stressing about Tomorrow” Quote by Brian Cimins


“Depression is worrying about the Past and Anxiety is Stressing about Tomorrow” Quote by Brian Cimins

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