Letters to my kids: A suicide survivor's lessons and advise for life
The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails. -William Arthur Ward- Every week on the Letters to my kids podcast, the author will talk about various topics that are applicable to life and ultimately; surviving life without sacrificing ourselves. The key to this shall be realistic optimism and it will be told through personal stories from lessons learnt through a life grown up with plenty of challenges, knocks and filled with many failures; but one in which the final successes mattered more. Expect some sporadic humor as well, as the author learnt it from reading the book ("A beginner's guide on how to be humorous") when he was a teenager. You can connect also via FB page: https://www.facebook.com/letterstomykids99/

  
Publisher
Letters to my kids: A 2-time suicide survivor and advocate for realistic optimism.
Website
https://letterstomykids99.podbean.com
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Title
Episode 7: Moving on and letting go - Part 2
Description

Moving on and letting go: Part 2

-Summary and recap from the 1st Episode.

- No one is saying that this process is easy, but there is no denying that it’s important
in order to ensure that you don’t become mentally affected by what has happened, and also
to allow moving on with one’s life.
- Talk about 2nd Suicide attempt as an example of the stages.
- Also equally important is being able to forgive. Forgiveness doesn’t mean that you
forget, but it does mean that you let go of all anger/bitterness that you may have over
what that has happened. 
- At the end of the day, time waits for no-one. We should not be defined by
our past as we move on in life.

Published
2018-01-18 12:03:51 UTC
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