Behind our faces thoughtsuicide On Tuesday August 3, 2010, at 7pm EST, on the Psyche Whisperer Radio Show Life and Mental Health Coach, A.J. Mahari, will be interviewing Letricia Hendrix who is the author of  “Behind our Faces: Thoughts and Reasonings of Suicide”. In her book,  Letricia Hendrix writes about her own experience with clinical depression and being suicidal. If you miss or missed this show you can click on the “read more” link to hear the archived interview (after 8pm EST on Tuesday August 3, 2010)


Many people diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder are also diagnosed with clinical depression. Many with BPD often feel suicidal or attempt suicide. It is estimated that 10% of people diagnosed with BPD do commit suicide.


In her book, Letricia Hendrix writes about how no one is really alone with these feelings – how you don’t have to be alone with these feelings. She also writes about hope and also focuses on how the ways that we treat each other can often have a profoundly negative impact on people and for some, to the point where they feel so bad about themselves, they just want to die. The author also stresses that many people with clinical depression who may not understand what they are feeling and why often think that the “problem” is everyone else and aren’t aware of how they feel or why they feel what they do.


 


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Clinical Depression, Bullying, and Suicide