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World Suicide Prevention day September 10th

As a tribute to all those that we have lost to suicide International Suicide Prevention has launched a new campaign to drastically reduce, and/or eliminate future suicides by making intense emotional suffering a choice.  

Stigma is the number one reason why most will attempt, or commit suicide all out of the fear of judgment.  This is why Matthew D. Dovel, the president of International Suicide Prevention has created a self-help booklet to eliminate the cause of suicidal thoughts.

If anyone wants to know why they always feel a certain way the question most will ask is, “why do I always feel this way?”  When in reality the question most should be asking is, “how long have I felt this way?” And, “I’ve felt depressed, or whatever emotion that you are not wanting, since?”  When you can answer this question then you can pin point your emotional brain drain memory!  Traumatic experiences are relative to those that have had them, and the strength of the emotion that has been attached to it.  Forgiveness, and years of treatment can drastically reduce the energy stored in these experiences, but they will still effect your decisions and emotional responses for future experiences.

With this new method of removing the bonding between the sensory and emotional state, we can eliminate future responses based on a past experiences.  The best part is it only takes a few minutes of your time to complete, preformed most anywhere, and it is permanent!

At International Suicide Prevention a 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit we have big goals.  Our intentions are to distribute one of these new self-help booklets to every active duty military person, all veterans, law enforcement agencies, public libraries, hospitals, native reservations, and public schools.  And, anywhere else YOU can think of in order to make a difference (work, group of friends, etc.).

Now, all of this takes capital!  But, the best part is you can decide where the booklets you are sponsoring go.  And, your sponsoring of this public service is completely tax deductible!  If you want booklets to go to a local hospital, then we will put the name of the hospital on the front of this special printing, and your name (or corporation) on the back. YOU will be directly impacting the areas of your interest in helping a needed group.

Clark County high school students            22,000            18% have admitted contemplating suicide
High school students (U.S.A.)                   14,800,000       5,000 suicides / 2,000,000 attempt yearly
U.S. Military       1,400,000 active duty    800,000 reservist’s     1 suicide / 24 attempts per day
Veterans U.S.A.                                         27,000,000                 23 suicides / 550 attempts per day
MD’s (doctors in U.S.A.)                          660,000                      400 suicides a year
Unemployed Americans                   11,800,000     50% more likely than working to commit suicide
Law enforcement                                       800,000                      1 suicide every other day

To learn more about your sponsoring these self-help suicide prevention booklets please contact:

Matthew D. Dovel
President of International Suicide Prevention (ISP)


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