Randi Jensen, MA, LMHC, CCDC
Learn The Protocol
- Save A Life -
It is not your fault and you don't have to go it alone.
What is "suicidality"?
Suicidality is a spectrum of thought patterns and behaviors including:
Thoughts of dying by suicide
Plans for dying by suicide
Attempts to die by suicide
Death by suicide
What is suicidal ideation?
Ideation means thought. Suicidal thought is not just feeling really sad. It is not a matter of wanting to die, per se. Most people who become suicidal do not truly want to die. Instead they want the pain to stop. They feel their situation is untenable, unchangeable and hopeless. Once the suicidal thought patterns begin - it is very difficult to stop thinking about "not being here". That's because suicidal thought is endorphin-driven and it follows a neural pathway in the brain.
Is thinking about "not being here" the same thing as thinking about suicide?
It seems like it would be very different. But thinking about "not being here" (free of the pain of hopelessness) releases reinforcing endorphins in the brain and initiates a neural pathway. You automatically feel better and continue to build a deeper pathway each time you return to the thoughts of taking yourself out of the unrelenting problem(s). It is not too long before thoughts of "not being here" become thoughts of not being alive.
If you are thinking about suicide, understand this:
The truth is, your brain has been hijacked by a purely neurological chemical process. Neural pathways (the message highways over which sensory signals travel to the brain) are the pathways that determine and control our intellectual, emotional, psychological and physical responses.
You didn't know what was really happening to you - how could you?
You can now have the tools to save your own or someone else's life.
If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide,
- reach out -
I will teach you the effective way to help someone else or get help for yourself. When you download and learn how to form The Jensen Suicide Prevention Peer Protocol, The JSP3 , for yourself or others, you can save lives.
And in the book "Just Because You're Suicidal Doesn't Mean You're Crazy", you are given the benefit of decades of study and observation, beneficial for professionals and lay-people alike.
The neural pathway of suicidality in your brain may have started as a coping mechanism. But it can inadvertently become an automatic, habitual, and very deadly one for you. It is not your fault that your brain has been hijacked by this neurological process. You've had no way to control it or understand it - until now.
Randi J. Jensen, MA, LMHC, CCDC
P.O. Box 55967
Shoreline, WA 98155-0967
You are not powerless!
The JSP3 Protocol is
"Loving concern - organized to save lives."
Suicide Prevention Peer Protocol
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