Letters to my kids: A suicide survivor's lessons and advice for life
"The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” This world can be filled with challenges, failure, and darkness, but life is so much more than just survival. Hosted by a two-time suicide survivor, Letters to My Kids confronts these issues head-on through personal stories filled with humor, honesty, and realistic optimism. You can connect also via FB page: https://www.facebook.com/letterstomykids99/ OR email: letterstomykids99@gmail.com

  
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Letters to my kids: A 2-time suicide survivor and advocate for realistic optimism.
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Episode 19 - Opinions: Everyone and their dog has one
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Opinions: Everyone and their dog has one

Music: “Just A Blip” by Andy G. Cohen
From the Free Music Archive
Released under a Creative Commons Attribution International License

“Opinion is the medium between knowledge and ignorance” - Plato

Humans are social animals.

-We spend our entire lives applying for acceptance into a social circles. Whether it be a clique
at school, a university, a job with a company, or a movement, we’re always looking for a pace to
belong.

-When your community starts to form negative opinions about you, your work, or any other aspect of
your life, you naturally start to feel insecure. Your sense of safety dissolves and you feel
forced to fight back or run away and hide in your room for the rest of eternity.

1.) Calibrate and trust your internal compass.
First and foremost, you have to have a strong sense of who you are.

If you don’t know who you are, a [...]

Published
2018-04-19 11:15:58 UTC
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