An overview of suicide prevention initiatives on search engines, Siri, and social media.
A young woman makes a trip to the mall to battle with panic attacks.
A mental health advocate takes aim at people who leave ignorant comments online for suicidal people.
A personal YouTube video about being suicidal and being affected by a parent’s suicidal thoughts, recovering, and getting help.
A young poet performs a poem written for people undergoing emotional turmoil.
Mixed with Sia’s “Breathe Me,” an eighth grader shares his story of bullying, self-harm, and suicidal thoughts, ending on a touching, hopeful note. Viral video.
Art video featuring performance poetry and imagery about modern living and madness. Winner of the 2011 reTHiNK Possible Worlds award, with the theme “We are all human beings navigating the maze of life.”
The winner of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance’s Facing Us Video Contest, Melanie Oldham describes what it’s like to have bipolar I disorder (with especially good descriptions of manic symptoms) and how she grew to accept the diagnosis and mental health services that keep it in check.
A woman with epilepsy describes her experiences, lifestyle and recovery in an inspiring short documentary.
Beautifully eloquent a capella rap about how it really feels to be suicidal, with encouragement to go on. A vividly poetic and compelling performance, so good it’s gone viral.