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Breaking News: Suicide Hotline has Gone Almost Silent After Nine Years



Press Release: for Immediate Release

International Suicide Prevention
a 501(c)(3) Public Charity Nonprofit
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
July 23, 2015

An international emergency suicidal hotline based out of Las Vegas, Nevada that has been operational since January 2006, which normally would receive between: 4 to 5 calls each day, now only receives only 1 to 2 calls per week. This trend began in November 2014 with the web release of emerging suicidal self-help procedures.


The reason for this drastic drop in suicidal calls is a result of a recent discovery made by a scientist studying naturally-occurring phenomena as it relates to extreme behavioral modifications. He posted a new procedure that he developed of his findings on the website of ‘International Suicide Prevention’, the same site where the emergency hotline phone number is listed. 

The new discovery addresses memory pockets that have not been processed into the subconscious due to experiences that surpass the usual scope of an individual’s life experiences. The self-help procedure causes a phasing between the conscious and the subconscious while focusing on a traumatic memory for a total of four times, and afterwards, immediately dissipates the intensity of an emotional attachment.  Sensorial-targeted memories are still accessible, but intense emotional suffering related to those memories is replaced by apathy.

  • Website visitors to Intl. Suicide Prevention increased over 10,000%, and has held steady for the first year at over 6,000 visitors per month.
  • Suicide hotline calls to Intl. Suicide Prevention dropped 88% after ‘4 Phase’ procedure was posted on website.


This development, a new method of addressing mental illness, is equivalent to a statement telegraphed by the Wright Brothers proclaiming that they’d accomplished the impossible, the first powered flight, in the midst of a subsequent lack of interest by the mainstream media. 

Two self-help procedures that concentrate on the causes of depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D. and suicidal thoughts can be found at http://www.supportisp.org . Emotional Memory Removal (EMR) and 4 Phase are two separate procedures that desensitize individuals to traumatic experiences. EMR is now in ten languages, and 4 Phase can be found in three.


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Over 200+ people per day receiving help would seem like a great accomplishment, but not according to statistics:

  • 100 to 200 people per day in the USA alone commit suicide each day
  • For each suicide, there are approximately 23 attempted suicides

Just in the United States well over 2,300 people each day are in need of a quick, proven way to address intense emotional suffering.

Please share this information with someone you love, before it’s too late.

A message from International Suicide Prevention
A 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit
1736 E. Charleston Blvd., 301
Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.
702.743.4340

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