Your story is not over yet - Amy Beluel founder of Project Semicolon

Project Semicolon…your story is not over!

Project Semicolon: a project started in 2013 by Amy Bleuel, who was inspired by her own personal struggle with depression, mental illness, self-injury, addiction, suicide attempts and the loss of her own father to suicide. She saw the semicolon as a symbol of hope and love for herself and for others struggling with mental health…

Patrick’s Story: I tried to kill myself

Patrick’s Story All my life no one, my age, ever really liked me.  I was that kid that smelled even thought most of the time I didn’t.  Anyway, when I was 14, men started emailing me asking to be my friend; something I never really had.  I hesitated at first, then I met one of them….

Leah’s Story: My Parents Got Divorced

Leah’s Story: When I was 10 years old, my parents got divorced. They were always arguing and fighting. My dad was cheating on my mom, with a woman named Lisa. He would always come home so late, and sometimes he didn’t come home at all. I was very depressed and I didn’t know how to…

To Survivors of Suicide Loss

If you have lost someone to suicide, I am deeply sorry for your loss. The traumatic experience of losing a loved one to suicide, is very different than losing a loved one in any other way.  There are feelings and emotions that will be unique to this journey that you are on. And, undoubtedly, this…