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Tell your own story of hope and recovery using avatars

By Suzi Gravenstuk
Posted Sep 26, 2010 in Health
If you are a survivor of a close friend or family member's suicide, if you were the first on the scene...It may seem like you have to carry this memory around in your heart and mind for the rest of your life. Even given multiple opportunities to talk one one one, some ptsd or flashbacks may occur at the slightest provocation.
If you were challenged with suicidal thoughts or impulses, you can share your victory and method for fighting and winning.
The Lifeline Gallery stories of hope and recovery provides an innovative way of gaining some catharsis through providing a way to broadcast your story of hope and recovery using Avatars.
I encourage anyone with a story to give it a try. Here is your link to get started.
About Lifeline Gallery by Lifeline Gallery
The Lifeline Gallery: Stories of Hope and Recovery is a project founded by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Link2Health Solutions, inc. Link2Health is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Mental Health Association of New York City. L2H is a not-for profit organization that administers the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
With the help of partners SPAN USA and Active Minds, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline launched the Lifeline Gallery in June 2008.

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