March 2014 has been a trying month for many, with the weather being unusually shaky in the United States, and the world political climate being in major upheaval. I see the depression and low energy that many are experiencing, all around me. In times like this we have to look within to find our strength and have faith that our deceased loved ones are trying to navigate us through these bumpy times.
I'm seeing a lot of suicides, so if you know someone who's having a hard time, talk to them about it. Once a depressed person begins to feel isolated, the thoughts of suicide can rear their ugly head. That's why it's important for us to pay attention to one another, and take care of each other.
There are suicides that have been interrupted and the people have gotten help, there are times where intervention is possible. There are many resources available to point you in the right direction if you know someone in need.
If it's you that is feeling hopeless, please call someone who will listen to you, if not a friend then a suicide hotline. You're life is worth saving, and living. Most of us are old enough to remember much better times, I promise we'll have those again. Spring time is on its way, so bring on the sunshine and lets make some new memories!