I used to write about mental health more. I’m sorry I haven’t been talking about it more for the past few months, but life got busy and I did what I could. In any way, I am back with all my blog posts about it and I couldn’t pass next to Suicide Prevention Month.
For those who do not know, I have been suicidal. I have only been depression free for ten months and I know how lonely someone can feel. Last year I wrote about five books which made me feel less alone, so I thought I could do something similar this year.
Without further ado, here are five characters who made me feel less alone.
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TW// mentions of suicide in the introduction
When it comes to mental health, I have only been honest around here. If you have been reading me for a while you may then know that I tried to commit suicide several times in my life. If I talk about it so freely online, it’s only because I wish I would have found others talking about it when I was younger and when I was feeling alone. Well, as it is Suicide Prevention Month, I thought it was only normal to dedicate a blog post to it.
I didn’t want to trigger anyone with this blog post so instead of recommending books which dealt with suicide (I can never read those books, so that’s why I avoided it) I decided to recommend five books which will hopefully make you feel less alone and maybe bring you hope.
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