Suicide.org explains that suicide is never the answer, but getting help IS the answer.
Ran by Kevin Caruso, Suicide.org’s mission is to prevent suicides, support suicide survivors, and educate the public about suicide.
Suicide.org conducts extensive work online and offline to further its mission of suicide prevention, awareness, and support. We also run an online suicide survivors’ forum, which provides a safe place for suicide survivors to receive help.
And we work to remember and honor the angels who die by suicide in as many ways as we can, including online memorials.
And we work to spread awareness about suicide in as many ways as possible.
Offline, we give presentations about suicide, run suicide awareness campaigns, help schools establish effective suicide prevention and anti-bullying strategies, visit and call suicide survivors, and assist suicidal individuals.
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1 in 6 men have experienced sexually abusive issues by the age of 18. Why does this have to happen? This website (and yours truly) thinks that this number is probably a low estimate, considering many people do not report their sexual abuse issues. If you are that 1 in 6, or that 2 in 6, or whatever–remember, and keep this in mind–you are not alone. This site, and many others will help you remember this and keep supporting you along the way.
There is Online Counseling, Support and Therapy for you, if needed, as well as newsletters, jobs, internships and volunteers. You do not have to suffer alone. You are not 1 against the world–you are 1 with others, who need each other. Don’t be alone anymore.