6 Ways to Recover from a Suicide Attempt

6 Ways to Recover from a Suicide Attempt August 8, 2016

Recovery from a suicide attempt is possible. It’s a long process and it isn’t always easy, but I am living proof that life with mental illness doesn’t have to be a death sentence.

6 Ways to Recover from a Suicide Attempt

Since I’ve begun sharing how I went from a being a pastor to being hospitalized in a psych ward, people often ask about my recovery. Everyone wants to know, is there a single solution? Where does the magic lie? How do they get their own lives (or their loved ones’) back? Or, as others have said, “What is the one thing that made you want to start living again?”

The truth is, there’s no magic formula, but here are five intentional steps that made my life better. I’m not a professional therapist, and everyone has a different recovery story. I can only share from my own experience.

*Get your copy of my brand-new book, “From Pastor to a Psych Ward: Recovery from a Suicide Attempt is Possible” today!


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