Who is in your inner circle? This is one of the most important decisions you can make, according to speaker and Amazon bestselling author Jeff Yalden. Who matters and who doesn’t matter? Choose wisely.
Mental health speaker and Amazon bestselling author says mental illness threatens to become the greatest public health crisis of our time. Part three of a series of principles based on his new new book, Teen Suicide: The “Why” Behind America’s Suicide Epidemic.
Don’t hold onto your regrets. We all have a story and we all make excuses. Isn’t it time to drop all of this and start living on your terms? We can choose to be victors - not victims - and we can do this NOW!
Mental health speaker and Amazon bestselling author lays out principles from his new book, Teen Suicide: The “Why” Behind America’s Suicide Epidemic. Part two in a series.
We’re “plugged in” 24/7. Sometimes we need to take a time-out. In episode 84 of Mental Health and Motivation: The Unlikely Life Coach, speaker and Amazon bestselling author Jeff Yalden lays out the benefits of taking a “you day” and more.
Teen Suicide and Self-Harm is a national healthcare crisis that is alarming our families and school administrators and counselors. Although self-harm is not a mental disorder it is a way for teens to relive stress and anxieties where they’re controlling their emotions. If the teen doesn’t get the support and treatment they need self-harm could lead to strong suicidal ideation. Jeff Yalden works with school communities consulting on teen mental health, suicide prevention, and crisis intervention.
Mental health speaker and Amazon bestselling author Jeff Yalden responds to a recent USA Today story about the rise in teen suicides in recent years - a trend he calls an epidemic. It’s time for us to get comfortable being uncomfortable talking about teen suicide. It’s all about breaking the stigma attached to mental illness and suicide and keeping the conversation going. It’s OK to ask for help.
Teen Suicide: A Parent’s Responsibility
Could it have been that the parent’s were called and notified about the well-being of their daughter, but they weren’t receptive or present to receiving the phone call? Perhaps, sometimes we don’t hear what we need to hear because we don’t know what to do or aren’t capable of what to do. Maybe, we think our child is going through a phase and that shortly our child will snap out of the funk. Then, it happens and the finality of teen suicide hits, yet, we can’t go back.