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How to Have Hope for Tomorrow When You Feel Like Dying Today

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If you live with thoughts of suicide and depression, everyday life can be a struggle — a real mind over matter battle. You don’t have to be one of the 800,000 people who die by suicide each year. That’s roughly one death every 40 seconds, according to Suicide Awareness Voices of Education.




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Happy Mom of 2 bringing you amazing tips on parenting, travel, & lifestyle with a touch of humor & sarcasm | 🐶 Mom | Founder of Publishous. Keep that smile.

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