Dec 30, 2022
Suicide is one of the most devastating experiences that can happen in a person's life. It's a long-term solution to a short-term problem, and it may leave loved ones saddened, mystified, and alone.
In this episode, Micahel Marx talks about Suicide, its signs, and how to prevent it. This is a susceptible topic yet very important to spread awareness and save lives.
Some people who commit suicide may seek to escape feelings of rejection, hurt, or loss. Others may be angry, embarrassed, or guilty over something. Some people are concerned about disappointing friends or relatives. Some people may feel unwanted, unloved, mistreated, or burdened by others.
Suicide is avoidable; everyone can help save lives and build healthy, strong people, families, and communities. Suicide prevention involves a multifaceted public health strategy.
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Michael Marx-Coaching Suicide Awareness
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Michael Marx Coaching
Question, Persuade, Refer
00:00:00 - Intro
00:01:15 - About Michael Marx
00:02:01 - Coaching Suicide Awareness
00:03:23 - Overview of Suicide
00:03:42 - Suicide Cases Average
00:05:23 - Love Makes Suicidal People Feel Good
00:06:19 - Reaching Out to People who are at Highest Risk of Suicide
00:07:19 - Ideation of Suicide to Younger People
00:09:42 - Ways of Suicidal Implementation through Ideation
00:10:33 - Emotional Pain Usually Triggers Suicidal Thoughts
00:11:04 - The Importance of Caring by Asking People About Their Pain
00:11:11 - Normalizing Conversation About Suicide
00:13:05 - How to Demystify Suicide Through education.
00:14:57 - Making a Good Conversation About Suicide
00:16:14 - Conversation About Suicide Should Bot be Covered Up
00:17:06 - Signs of Suicide
00:18:34 - Michael Marx's Favorite Suicide Intervention Story
00:20:10 - Michael Marx Helping Out Suicidal People
00:22:39 - People's Life’s Choices
00:26:39 - Importance of Identifying Risk Factors of Suicide
00:27:33 - How to Identify Risk Factors
00:28:24 - Defining Suicide Attempt
00:31:08 - Male’s Perception of Not Getting into the Age of 25
00:31:52 - Females' Habituate Development is Faster than Males
00:33:59 - Military People Belong to Marginalized Group
00:36:38 - Michael Worked on Prevention and Intervention Rather than Postvention
00:37:32 - Knowing The Suicide Interventions
00:38:11 - Suicide Coaching
00:41:59 - Suicide is a Sin
00:44:16 - Avoid Judgemental Thoughts Towards People who are Struggling
00:46:15 - Best Tool for Suicide Prevention
00:47:49 - Seeking The Lost and Helping them Get Back to Where They Belong
00:48:47 - Bible Verse: Romans 8:38-39
00:49:03 - When is Enough is Enough?
00:49:29 - Training: Roleplaying as Interventionist at Suicidal Scenario
00:50:55 - Giving People Attention When They Want Attention
00:52:55 - The Impact of Suicide on the Lives of Others.
00:55:30 - Enormous Effect of Suicide
00:57:00 - Great Books Recommendation
00:59:40 - Words of Affection Towards your Loved Ones
01:00:38 - Question, Persuade, Refer. Don't Play Doctor.
01:07:10 - Wrapped Up Topics
01:09:41 - Closing Remarks of Michael Marx
“A lot of times the pain is emotional. Even if it is physical, there's emotional pain that goes within.”
“So when you're talking about ideation, they just say, I just wish this were all over. And that's already a sign. And get me very clearly on this point, I want everyone listening to be really clear on this point.”
“make suicide conversations normal– normalize the conversation, because the stigma that we're not allowed to talk about it, that's what keeps people isolated. “
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