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Nahaufnahme von tröstenden Händen

BECOME ACTIVE

Das Thema Suizid ist äußerst ernst und sensibel. Wenn du vermutest, dass jemand Suizidgedanken hat, ist es wichtig, dass du die Situation ernst nimmst und angemessen darauf reagierst.
 

Achten auf Deine eigene Stimmung:
Suche das Gespräch nur, wenn Du Die Energie und die Kraft hast, sehr schwierige Dinge zu hören. Nimm Dir viel Zeit: Ein solches Gespräch zu beginnen, um nach 15 Minuten wieder los zu müssen kann verheerende Folgen haben. Achte darauf, dass Du Dein Telefon ausgeschaltet hast. Jede Störung kann den aufkommenden Mut, sich zu öffnen in sich zusammenfallen lassen.


Suche einen guten Ort für dieses Gespräch: 

Suche einen Ort, an dem Ihr Euch beide wohl fühlt. Manchmal ist es im gehen leichter zu sprechen und ein Spaziergang im Wald tut der Seele gut. Es sollte ein Ort sein, wo Ihr alleine seid. Ein Ort, an dem Emotionen aufkommen dürfen und man sich nicht schämen muss. 

Hier sind einige Schritte, die Du beachten kannst, wenn du mit jemandem über Suizidgedanken sprechen möchtest:

MY VISION

Trees of memory on a path around the world. 

 

Trees in remembrance of people who have not survived depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

My walk is intended to give courage to those who are affected. Those trees are to encourage those who are fighting against their depression demons.

 

I am hiking and planting to raise awareness in society that everyone can be affected by depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

Each of us can help friends and relatives with little effort.

 

It does not take much to save a life if those who are affected get help in time.

MY VISION

Trees of memory on a path around the world. 

 

Trees in remembrance of people who have not survived depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

My walk is intended to give courage to those who are affected. Those trees are to encourage those who are fighting against their depression demons.

 

I am hiking and planting to raise awareness in society that everyone can be affected by depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

Each of us can help friends and relatives with little effort.

 

It does not take much to save a life if those who are affected get help in time.

MY VISION

Trees of memory on a path around the world. 

 

Trees in remembrance of people who have not survived depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

My walk is intended to give courage to those who are affected. Those trees are to encourage those who are fighting against their depression demons.

 

I am hiking and planting to raise awareness in society that everyone can be affected by depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

Each of us can help friends and relatives with little effort.

 

It does not take much to save a life if those who are affected get help in time.

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

SUICIDE

In 2011 I collapsed completely unexpectedly and I was diagnosed with severe depression. 

 

This was followed by six months of inpatient therapy, followed by weekly therapy sessions. 

 

In 2014, on 28 December, at nine in the morning, I ended my life.

 

I was found by my boyfriend at that time. I was successfully resuscitated. 

 

At Easter 2016 my boyfriend got into an argument with me and refused to have his severe depression treated.
I went to Berlin. 

 

One day later he took his own life.

SUICIDE

In 2011 I collapsed completely unexpectedly and I was diagnosed with severe depression. 

 

This was followed by six months of inpatient therapy, followed by weekly therapy sessions. 

 

In 2014, on 28 December, at nine in the morning, I ended my life.

 

I was found by my boyfriend at that time. I was successfully resuscitated. 

 

At Easter 2016 my boyfriend got into an argument with me and refused to have his severe depression treated.
I went to Berlin. 

 

One day later he took his own life.

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

SUICIDE

In 2011 I collapsed completely unexpectedly and I was diagnosed with severe depression. 

 

This was followed by six months of inpatient therapy, followed by weekly therapy sessions. 

 

In 2014, on 28 December, at nine in the morning, I ended my life.

 

I was found by my boyfriend at that time. I was successfully resuscitated. 

 

At Easter 2016 my boyfriend got into an argument with me and refused to have his severe depression treated.
I went to Berlin. 

 

One day later he took his own life.

SUICIDE

In 2011 I collapsed completely unexpectedly and I was diagnosed with severe depression. 

 

This was followed by six months of inpatient therapy, followed by weekly therapy sessions. 

 

In 2014, on 28 December, at nine in the morning, I ended my life.

 

I was found by my boyfriend at that time. I was successfully resuscitated. 

 

At Easter 2016 my boyfriend got into an argument with me and refused to have his severe depression treated.
I went to Berlin. 

 

One day later he took his own life.

MY VISION

Trees of memory on a path around the world. 

 

Trees in remembrance of people who have not survived depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

My walk is intended to give courage to those who are affected. Those trees are to encourage those who are fighting against their depression demons.

 

I am hiking and planting to raise awareness in society that everyone can be affected by depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

Each of us can help friends and relatives with little effort.

 

It does not take much to save a life if those who are affected get help in time.

MY VISION

Trees of memory on a path around the world. 

 

Trees in remembrance of people who have not survived depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

My walk is intended to give courage to those who are affected. Those trees are to encourage those who are fighting against their depression demons.

 

I am hiking and planting to raise awareness in society that everyone can be affected by depression and suicidal tendencies.

 

Each of us can help friends and relatives with little effort.

 

It does not take much to save a life if those who are affected get help in time.

SUICIDE

In 2011 I collapsed completely unexpectedly and I was diagnosed with severe depression. 

 

This was followed by six months of inpatient therapy, followed by weekly therapy sessions. 

 

In 2014, on 28 December, at nine in the morning, I ended my life.

 

I was found by my boyfriend at that time. I was successfully resuscitated. 

 

At Easter 2016 my boyfriend got into an argument with me and refused to have his severe depression treated.
I went to Berlin. 

 

One day later he took his own life.

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AT 9

My mother was underage when I was born. My father was Italian. She was subsequently taken to a convent and later forced to marry a German.

 

My stepfather was an alcoholic, a bricklayer, he drank a case of beer with 20 bottles almost every day at work and a bottle of wine at home.

 

My parents beat me through childhood. My mother with a carpet beater, my stepfather with his fist. 

 

At the age of 9 I had my first thoughts of suicide after being beaten half dead. I couldn't and didn't want to live anymore. I tried to take my own life in the quarry.

 

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