Share Your Story (A Safe Place) – Suicide Prevention Month

A Safe Place

If you read my last blog post, I am Inspired by You, Everyday, you know that I have been inspired by the stories I have read for Worldwide Suicide Prevention Month. I wanted to talk to those today who have not shared their own stories this month.

Over the course of the last year I have been lucky enough to share my experiences, not only here on The Bipolar Writer blog, but in writing my memoir. The last year this blog has grown, and it has become a place where people can share their stories– it is a safe place.

I want to spend the rest of September sharing the stories of others here on The Bipolar Writer blog as guest spots. You can write anonymously if you like, but I would love to share your stories about experiencing the darkness of suicide.

I truly believe that Suicide is 100% preventable if we share our experiences with others.

So, if you would like to share your story here anonymously or otherwise, please email me @ If you are interested, send me a word document with your story, the name you want to be linked to the article, a link to your blog, and a picture for the post. I look forward to working with you.

Suicide Prevention Month – J.E.’s Take

World Suicide Prevention Day – A Self-Harming Story


Always Keep Fighting (AKF)

P.S. I wanted to share this. I officially celebrated my one year blogging anniversary.


Photo Credit:

Thought Catalog

David Kennedy

18 Replies to “Share Your Story (A Safe Place) – Suicide Prevention Month”

  1. I’m in too fragile a place right now to really write about this, but I just wanted to let you know how important I think this is and how much I support this! Thanks for giving people a platform for their voice and their story ❤

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  2. I have been sharing a post a day throughout the month of September for Suicide Prevention Month. Please take a peak if you get a chance. If you see any you like, you are more than welcome to reblog any or all of them. Some of them are other people’s stories – suicide attempt survivors, suicide loss survivors etc. Together we can do this and can prevent suicide and can reduce the stigma of mental illness and suicide. It takes a village and this beautiful blogging community.


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