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Suicide Pages with Dr. Lulu. The Podcast

119 EpisodesProduced by Uchenna Lizmay UmehWebsite

Suicide is second only to accidents as the leading cause of death in our youth. With this podcast, Dr. Lulu is spreading awareness for, and educating the public on suicide. She is interviewing guests who have been touched personally or otherwise by suicide. If you are a suicide loss survivor, have s… read more

119 Episodes | 2019 - 2021

Dr. Sonal's Page: The Pediatrician-Mom on a Mission

March 31st, 2021


As a pediatrician and a mom, there are very few times that we are out of character.

This week's guest embodies the mom, physician, empath, life-saver …

Bobby's Page: Focus on One Moment at a Time

March 24th, 2021


After he went to sleep next to his wife and woke up at the kitchen window, with his wife dying within minutes...anyone else would have been thrown …

Derek's Story: "My Coping Skill Was Sex"

March 11th, 2021


Derek Butler is a man after my heart!

It took us so long to get together to but when we finally did, this episode was DYNAMITE!!

He is a survivor, and a sur-thrivor, who has discovered that self-care, healthy …

Thobeka's Page: "My Son is Now My Daughter"

March 9th, 2021


Our first guest this week is a sister, a friend, a fellow African, a coach, and a fellow mom of an LGBTQ+ kid!

We met and clicked right away as was discussed in the show, and our bond and sisterhood have continued to …

Heather's Page Pt-2: Healing From Betrayal and Moving On

February 20th, 2021


In this concluding part of her interview, Heather tells us about her second suicide attempt and how and when she decided she needed to get better and heal and leave all her troubles behind and start moving forward with …

Heather's Page: When "Betrayal" Rents Space in Your Head Pt-1

February 19th, 2021


Fellow podcaster and childhood trauma survivor Heather joins us this week to tell us her story of pain and betrayal of trust as a child. As you know, I always talk about how the betrayal of children is at the top of the …

Sade's Page: When You Are Down and Your Job Kneels On Your Neck

February 11th, 2021


This week, we talk with Ms. Sade Cutler. An African American woman who was treated so wrong by her former place of work to add to the list of …

Dr. Kathryn's Page: Motor Vehicle Accidents and PTSD

February 2nd, 2021


When we hear of pivoting and changing and rebranding, many of us do not think about what this week's guest did. At 56yr young, she found herself …

Bronwen's Page: About Your To-Do List, Are YOU On It?

January 29th, 2021


This week's guest is an author and a speaker who came to visit us from the future!

Yes, she really did!

She shares about chronic suicidality from early childhood and what finally happened before she figured out that she …

Beatrice's Page: Leaning into Healing From Domestic Abuse

January 21st, 2021


What do Betrayal, Marital Infidelity, Depression, Grief, Anguish, Abandonment, and Trauma have in common? Our second guest for the week!

Ms. Beatrice shares the pain of marital infidelity and how she barely survived it. 

Coach Benson's Page: When Simply Being a Friend is NOT Enough

January 19th, 2021


In the first episode of this week, Coach Benson Fox, a young Jewish coach with wisdom far beyond his age! 

I am so proud of this young man and his insights.

He talks candidly about the who, the why, and the what of …

Dr Lulu's Page: My New year Resolution is All About Self-Care, What About You?

January 14th, 2021


It is with a heavy heart that I write this knowing full well that at this very moment, the United States Congress is voting to impeach a president …

Phebe Naomi's Page: When Disappointments are All Around You, and Still You Stand

January 12th, 2021


Our first guest this week tells such a powerful story of survival! She talks about trauma from a tender age, and generational trauma and pain and …

Stephanie's Page: Social Workers; The Fire Fighters of Mental Health

January 5th, 2021


In this very first episode of Suicide Pages for the Year 2021, we are continuing with what I am dubbing our "trauma series". We have been interviewing social workers, therapists, and the likes in the past several …

Dr. Lulu's Page: Happy New Year Musings...

December 31st, 2020


This is an ultrashort episode where I am simply celebrating a fantastic end of the year of a very weird year!

2020 has been that kind of year, what …

Gelisa'a Page: When the Loss of a Child is Only The Beginning

December 29th, 2020


Gelisa Lewis thought she had it all. After enduring sexual abuse as a child, she thought trauma was behind her.

She thought having a child would …

Samantha's Page: Pain is NOT Shameful; How One Family is Dealing With Suicide Grief

December 24th, 2020


Our Second Episode for this week takes a peek at suicide grief in one Black family's life. 

Samantha has so bravely shared her family's story of …

Lolita's Page: When Saying "NO" and Holding Space For Self is Enough

December 22nd, 2020


My first guest this week was such a hoot!

Coach Lolita Walker and I hit it off right off the bat!

She is as energetic and charismatic and witty as I …

Dr. Madhuri's Page: What Our Resident-Doctors Go Through With Their Mental Health

December 17th, 2020


Dr. Madhuri is an infectious disease physician who literally won my heart with her youth and her vision.

This episode deals with something I experienced myself. Burnout!

Like me, she was also suicidal and one day, she …

Chantel's Page: How Do You Talk About Suicide? Just Talk About It.

December 15th, 2020


After her own suicide attempt, this week's guest found her calling.

She decided to make the necessary changes to begin her healing and helping journey.

A 15-yr veteran Licenced Practical Counselor, Chantel shares about …

Episode 100!!! Landmark Episode, Milestone Episode: Thanks, Reflections, Musings, More Reflections...More Thank Yous!

December 8th, 2020


December 2020!

Some of my favorite guests, my Suicide Pages book!

Overview of this year with a focus mostly on the good, and less on the not-so-good.

Melissa's Page: When Children Should Neither Be Seen Nor Heard

December 3rd, 2020


Melissa White was one of those guests. Yup, the ones you never forget!

She is beautiful, she is smart, but she has also been severely traumatized in …

Ardena's Page: From the Police Department to the School, Help is on the Way

December 1st, 2020


What are psychic pain and cognitive constriction?

This week's guest is one of those smart Black women you would love to keep listening to...

As a …

Consuela'a Page: What Depression is REALLY Like

November 26th, 2020


Today, she is a licensed clinical social worker, addiction specialist and a certification supervisor. But, she wasn't always that. Once upon a time, she was a woman with a broken heart. A mother who was unable to get up …

Delora's Page: When the Student is Ready, the Teacher Appears"

November 26th, 2020


Ladies and Gentlemen,

Delora Evans is a Black gurl who SERIOUSLY rocks!

She dropped ALL kinds of serious nuggets right from the jump!

You will …

Julia Busby's Page: School Teachers Get Traumatized Too

November 18th, 2020


Julia Bugsby is a woman on a mission!

She is a fellow podcaster and fellow "sur-thrivor"!

I loooove her story of survival and thriving through …

Dr. Karen's Page: Tackling the Issue of Female Physician Wellness...

November 18th, 2020


Dr. Karen was such a delight to interview.

She is a retired OBGYN who has found her calling in energy and mindfulness work.

She talked about her own …

Tasha Hunter's Page: The Language of Pain

November 18th, 2020


Tasha Hunter, MSW, LCSW says that the first language ever she learned was pain.

Growing up in a mentally, physically, and sexually abusive home, all Tasha ever heard was that she was worthless, unloved, and unwanted.

In …

A Psychiatrist With A Message From Our Neighbors

November 10th, 2020


Dr. Araba Chintoh is a Canadian Psychiatrist after my heart!

She specializes in research into Schizophrenia, she is smart, poised, and determined to educate the world about mental illness and its consequences.

She …

Dr. Felecia's Page: When You Have a Brand New Baby During a Lockdown!

November 6th, 2020


Dr. Felecia Sumner is a superstar as far as I am concerned!

She freakin' had a baby girl smack dab in the middle of the Covid-19 Lockdown, had some complications after her baby, and lived to tell it!

She and her family …

Dr. Rhonda's Page: A Psychiatrist Who Recommends You Burn Your Cape!

November 5th, 2020


Of all my guests ever, Dr. Ronda takes the cake with her uniqueness! A Psychiatrist and Integrative Behavioral Health Specialist!

She is so smart, she is so smooth, she is so stress-free in her direct approach to …

Rajya's Page: Chronic Suicidality, Yes, It's A Thing...

October 27th, 2020


My second guest this week has the most incredible story.

She has been depressed and suicidal since the age of 6 or 7!

Losing her beloved father as a …

Dr. Wanda's Page: When Your Ex-Boyfriend Kills Himself...In Front of You

October 27th, 2020


What do you do?

What can you do?

When your ex-boyfriend kills himself right in front of you!

One of this week's guests had to endure seeing that type of horror movie play out before her eyes when she was only 18.

Her …

Covid - 19 Doctor Chronicles with Dr. Rebecca: When Your Doctor is With Child During a Pandemic

October 20th, 2020


Dr. Berens and I go back a bit in our DPC journeys. She is also a fellow Woman-in-Medicine so, I have a very soft spot for her.

Find out how she went from employee to starting her own practice at the New Year, only to …

Covid-19 Dr. Chronicles, Dr. Ball's Page: When Doctors Have Human Experiences

October 14th, 2020


This week's first guest, in the person of Dr. Ball is another Black girl who rocks!

In honor of the international day of the girl child that was on 10/11/2020, I am featuring two Black girls who rock, and she is one of …

Covid-19 Dr. Chronicles: Dr. Delicia's Page: A (DPC) Doctor That Cares About Her Employees

October 13th, 2020


Our second girl-child (all grown up) that rocks for this week is Dr. Delicia Haynes, another Direct Primary Care Physician based in Florida. She discusses the changes and transitional processes her practice put in place …

Dr. Ifeanyi's Page: 8 Pillars of Mental Wellness and This Really Smart Nigerian (Igbo-esque) American

October 6th, 2020


Hmmm, you can never miss a Naija fella... "dem no de eva carray last"! (Look that up.)

My second interview this week is non-other than a fellow Naija guy, a psychiatrist, a smart, well "edumacated" (6 university degrees …

Dr. Ann Contrucci's Page: When 2 Pediatrician-Twin-Sisters Collide, the Energy is Electric!!

October 6th, 2020


Dear Listener, 

If I ever had a twin sister, her name would be Dr. Ann Contrucci, and she would be Italian!

This week's first interview took place in …

Dr. Christine B. L Adams' Page: Everything you DID NOT KNOW about "Emotional Conditioning"

September 29th, 2020



Our second episode this week, the last couple of days in September, the National Suicide Awareness AND Prevention month, is the BOMB!

I found me a fairy God-Mother in my thought process and in medicine!

A …

Dr. Lulu's Page: Unpacking Physician Suicides

September 29th, 2020


Hello, dears,

This episode was recorded in September of 2019 as a Facebook live episode, so, it might come out in a different mode than the others. 

Dr. Lulu's Why Our Kids Kill Themselves

September 21st, 2020


This was a talk that I recorded for a virtual event hosted by the United Nations in Ghana earlier this year.

It was a pre-recorded event, and I essentially downloaded the audio version for you.

I decided it is very …

Covid - 19 Doctor Chronicles with Dr. Nkiru

September 15th, 2020


The second doctor this week is a pediatrician like me. 

A Nigerian like me, and an Igbo woman! She is an ER physician and shares her insights and her thoughts and of course, how she and her family are dealing with the …

Covid-19 Doctor Chronicles: Dr. Yashika and Dr. Kay

September 15th, 2020


Dear Listeners,

This is a special episode of Suicide Pages.

One of two this week. Both dedicated to physician wellness during this pandemic.

Just last week another physician lost his life to suicide, bringing the number …

Dr. Fernandez's Page: The Heart of a Pediatric Psychiatrist

September 8th, 2020


To this date, Dr. Fernandez is the one person that gets me!

He is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and he gets it!

He talks about the COVID-19 and …

Nick's Page: Surviving Childhood Trauma, Becoming an Adult Bully, and Learning to Save Yourself

September 8th, 2020


It's officially National Suicide Awareness month!

What are you doing to ensure it is going to be a productive one?

This week, I present to you:

A writer. A video designer.  An author. 

A man who admits to childhood …

Leo's Page: 10 Things to Do Before You Kill Yourself

September 1st, 2020


Dear listener,

Who do you get when you mix a realist with an ardent reader and a comedian who also happens to struggle with depression and suicidal ideation?

Leo Flowers, that's who!

This week's guest was such a treat, …

Dr. Lulu's Sad Weekend Edition

September 1st, 2020


Like most well-meaning adults in today's world, the events of the past several weeks and months have been extremely challenging for me. This past …

Dr. Lulu's: Lean In, Tune In and Talk

September 1st, 2020


In this episode which I publish on my birthday week (yay! welcome to 51!), I am essentially appealing to you my audience.

I start by talking briefly …

Andy Grant Talking to Black People in America (About Racial Disparities)

August 20th, 2020


Ladies and Gentlemen!

This is it right here!

This is one of the most in-depth conversations I have had this year so far!

My White brother, Andy, and two brand new Black Brothers Al and Will and I had an in-depth look …

Eric's Page: His COVID-19 Chronicles: From Near Death to 38 miles on his Bike!

August 20th, 2020


Ladies and Gentlemen, what happens when your "Flu-like" symptoms in the middle of May turn out to be, umm, COVID 19?!

Those of you who know Eric Rishi, know you are in for a treat any time he stops by!

Believe it or …

Dr. Torie Sepah's Page: A Psychiatrist, HIV and Suicide

August 11th, 2020


Ladies and Gentlemen, this is it right here!

I am so happy to share this interview with you all! Here is another female doctor with a passion for saving lives, and a woman who cares about suicide!

Dr. Torie Sepah is an …

Dr. Alauna's Page: Working in Trauma, Helping with Trauma: A Day in the Life of a Beautiful Heart

July 28th, 2020


Second Psychiatrist for the week! But this time, with a twist!

I present to you a trauma psychiatrist that is "educating the universe about …

Dr. Kuvy's Page part-1: From Generational Trauma to Saving Future Generations

July 28th, 2020


Ladies and Gentlemen, if I ever had a twin, I think I met her the day I interviewed one of this week's guests!

Her name is Dr. Kavethra and I …

Nneka's Page

July 22nd, 2020


This week's guest was an absolute delight in SO many ways!

Not only is she a fellow "mochalicious" female, but she is also a sister-doc, and most …

Dr. Lulu's Page: How to Control Your Anxiety, Book Launch and much more!

July 21st, 2020


In this episode, I talk about my upcoming book launch. My brand new book called "How to Teach Your Children About Racism", is out on Amazon and it is making waves!!

So far, it is number 1 in 3 categories and counting! …

Michelle W's Page 1; Surviving Incest, Betrayal, PTSD, and Still Standing

July 7th, 2020


She is a medical doctor, an entrepreneur, a fashionista, a mom, a daughter, a divorcee, a medical resident, and a Black Woman. 

She is also a rape, …

Dr. Stem's Page: Life as a Parent and Teen Mental Health Warrior

July 1st, 2020


Have you ever thought about what it means to grow up in a family with polygamy?

My second guest for the week did.

She has also written 32 books, is a …

Rebecca's Page: Finding Freedom and Moving On After Your Son's Suicide.

July 1st, 2020



Have you ever heard about Post Traumatic Growth Syndrome?

While listening to this episode again, I was struck by the sheer strength exhibited by this week's guest Mrs. Rebecca Tervo of!

She is a …

Real Talk with Black Men about Racism in America

June 26th, 2020


WARNING! This is a 2hr episode!

It is raw, it is real, it is about RACISM and injustice in America.

Listen and learn.

I pondered about breaking it …

Luiza's Page: From Suicidal to Advocate (How to support suicidal persons).

June 26th, 2020


In this week's episode, we listen to Luiza Martin. A multiple suicide attempt survivor.

She talks briefly about the trauma she has endured growing …

Candid Conversations with Men about Race in America: A MUST Listen!

June 16th, 2020


In honor of George Floyd and all the Black men and women, boys and girls who have been brutally killed by the police who were sworn to serve and …

Jeneea Moore: Accepting a Diagnosis of Mental Illness and that Dreaded Concept, Colorism

June 16th, 2020


This week's guest is a true fire starter! She talks about everything from colorism and discrimination to embracing the diagnosis of mental illness in …

Dr. Tyler's Page: What is Suicidology? and the Power of Kindness

June 9th, 2020


Ladies and gentlemen, you are in for a treat this week!

A unicorn of all unicorns came to visit! He is not only a fellow physician, he is also …

For My Sons: #RIPGeorgeFloyd

June 2nd, 2020


In this bonus episode, I am speaking from my heart as a Black woman living in America, in Texas to be exact. I am talking to listeners about my own personal experience and the experiences of all Black people in America.

Andy's Page: When Multiple Suicide Attempts Just Ain't Enough

June 2nd, 2020



Finally, I get to publish my good friend Andy's episode!

Ladies and gentlemen, y'all are in for a treat!

Meet #TheAndyGrant, the guest of my …

Margarita's Page: "You Can't Give Something That You Don't Have"

May 27th, 2020


Our second guest this week is none other than Margarita Castro-Zarraga. She is a fellow DPC doc, a foreign grad, a mom, and an entrepreneur holding …

Dr. Esther's Page: Suicide is Closer to Us Than We Think

May 27th, 2020


Dr. Esther is on a mission to not only talk real-talk, but also treat real pain. The sort that keeps most of us up at night, the sort that prevents us from saying something, saying anything about it... The sort that …

McKenzie's Page -2: Growing up Ostracized, Exploited and Feeling All Alone

May 20th, 2020


Our second guest this week is none other than Ms. McKenzie!

She is back today with all sorts of real insights and helps us truly look into the lives …

Mari's Page: Surviving a Suicide Loss and Traumatic Childhood Tainted by Self-harm.

May 20th, 2020


Ladies and gentlemen, today's guest is Mari, mi hermana, mi amiga que es muy Linda, con un Corazon mas bueno. This is my Spanish for my sister, my …

Chris' Page Pt - 1: Smiling, Reaching Out and Saving Lives

May 12th, 2020


Chris our second guest this week was such a fun person to interview, that I dubbed him my White twin brother! Full of nuggets of wisdom and …

Mckenzie's Page: Surviving Self Hate

May 12th, 2020


This week's guest is nothing short of a phenom. She is a true example of chronically living with self-hatred and the story she shares today shows how deep the voices inside your head can be. How incapacitating and also, …

Sherna's Page: From "Bastard" to Author and Social Worker

May 5th, 2020


Today's episode is a real treat!

My guest is Ms. Sherna Alexander, from the island of Trinidad and Tobago! She shares some really painful …

Rishi Eric is Back! This time, he is "riding 39 to 50 miles post Covid-19"

May 5th, 2020


Welcome back to a brand new episode of Suicide Pages! It feels like it has been ages since I recorded a brand new episode, and I am extremely happy to welcome back our guest for this week. He is none other than Rishi …

The Covid - 19 Episode and Other Stories

April 16th, 2020


In this episode, I talk about the obvious elephant in the room, Covid - 19, but not for very long. I feel it is a necessary mention, but only for a moment. Then I talk about other things like the most recent teen …

Heather's Page Pt-2 The Doctor at the ED

April 7th, 2020


In this concluding episode, Dr. Heather is sharing a bit about her own family's dealing with suicide. 

She talks a bit more about emotional and moral injury. Guns, and safety in the home, removing judgment of people who …

Heather's Page Pt 1: When you are the doctor the patient sees at the ED

March 31st, 2020


I am so excited about this week's episode which is a 2-part series. 

This week, we meet Heather, an ED physician, an entrepreneur, and a woman about her business. She is a petit-framed powerhouse who I have been …

Meagan's Page Part 1: Handling Sibling Suicide Loss

March 24th, 2020


As a mental health nurse, Meagan knows first hand what it is like to look in the eyes of persons who suffer from various mental health issues in the while trying to help them.  She knows only too well, the pain of being …

Papa's Page Part 1: Surviving a Traumatic Childhood as a Gay Black Nigerian American Boy

March 17th, 2020


As a young Black Nigerian American, Nnamdi aka Papa grew up in South Carolina, attended a Christian school, his parents divorced at the age of 9 yrs, …

Joanne's Page part 1: Sharing secrets to set us free

March 3rd, 2020


Ladies and Gentlemen,

To date, this is one of my favorite episodes!

My guest this week is my sister in so many ways: she is funny, smart, has been through depression, is a family physician-turned blogger and podcaster, …

Zaakirah's Page: Living with adversity aka when life gives you lemons

February 25th, 2020


We often hear the phrase "when life gives you lemons...", "when life gives you lemons", but what if life does truly give you lemons?? What if your …

Eric's Page Part 3: Mindfulness as a tool for Suicide Prevention

February 11th, 2020


In continuation of our mindfulness series, we listen to our teacher and yoga instructor, Eric. 

He continues to deconstruct mindfulness in today's …

Eric's Page Part-2: Mindfulness as a Suicide Prevention Tool

February 4th, 2020


If you have been a listener to my podcast, then you know Mr. Rishi Eric Infanti. The man. The legend. The Yogi. The teacher. 

Then you know this episode is going to be as rich as it is deep. And he will not disappoint …

Kevin's Page: Therapy Shatters. The Mind Remembers. How many masks can one man wear?

January 28th, 2020


Another unicorn in the person of Pastor Kevin Wilson, my first chaplain so far. Kevin comes bearing gifts, gifts of hope and survival and accomplishments. He is a chaplain at Rush Hospital Chicago, and a father of …

Corina's Page: "Decide today that YOU ARE ENOUGH..."

January 21st, 2020


What can I say about today's guest? She is absolutely dynamic, full of life, charming, has a megawatt smile, is able to make me laugh out loud while …

Hayley's Page; From crippling social anxiety disorder to director and coach

January 14th, 2020


Social Anxiety Disorder is a clinical phenomenon that does not get its due credit. Many sufferers either don't know they have it, or many around them don't recognize it as a bonafide diagnosis. This week's guest Ms. …

Regena's Page: The "Gift" of Depression and Suicidal Ideation

January 7th, 2020


What is our purpose in this life? 

Do our friends know our innermost minds? 

Are we truly living up to our potentials? 

How are we all doing in the …

End of Year Party, 2019... Celebrating 3000 Downloads and a Huge Thank You!

December 31st, 2019


Today is not only the last day of the year, it is the last day of the decade, and since it is also a Tuesday, we have a special End of the Year episode!

It is with great humility, yet pride and joy that I say a TEXAS …

Winnie's Page; Living Positively, Learning to live our lives and allowing for frequent edits as we go.

December 24th, 2019


When she discovered she was HIV positive at the tender age of 16, Ms. Mabena had to literarily decide to live or die. She struggled with frequent thoughts of being better off dead until she realized one day that her …

My Brand New Book! A Teen's Life.

December 17th, 2019


In this episode, I introduce my brand new baby!! My book titled A Teen's Life, in which we take a critical look at the lives of 12 youngsters, ages ranging from early teens to the early twenties. It is essentially about …

Dr. Leah's Page: Hit the RESET button

December 10th, 2019


When an ER physician has taken care of an 8yr old attempted suicide but has nowhere to send them, what does she do?

Dr. Leah shares her heartbreaking …

Angel's Page Part 2: "From Victim to Victory"

December 3rd, 2019


In this second part (I promise I don't cry quite as much), Angel paints the story of how things finally begin to turn around for her, but not before some more drama in true Angel-style. 

She shares how she met the love …

Angel's Page Part 1: "Depression and Suicidal Ideations were my constant companions"

November 26th, 2019


Dear family,

What do you do when you are sexually molested by a family member at the age of five? Grow up with a verbally and emotionally abusive …

B Lee's Page; Hands to Make, Mold and Mend (and might I add, Motivate) Lives.

November 19th, 2019


Today we are speaking to another unicorn... a Black male, and this one actually endorses psychotherapy when one is hurting and needing to find their way. 

Our Guest Mr. B Lee is an educator in every sense of the word. …

12 Myths About Suicide; Let's bring in dem myth busters

November 13th, 2019


A very happy Veteran's Day to all my fellow Vets out there. To all the servicemen and women in boots, I see ya'll. I appreciate y'all and much love. 

Today, we are going to examine some myths about suicide that I came …

Seema's Page; When it takes 12 different doctors to make a diagnosis

November 5th, 2019


Today's guest is special in so many ways to me. We both are immigrants, both are authors and speakers, and we both have fibromyalgia.

Seema takes us …

Nya's Page; "God uses infections to get your attention"

October 29th, 2019


From the very beginning, I knew Nya was my twin. Bear with me and my croaky voice in this episode, but she paints a picture that parallels mine so much, that I call her my twin!

An Author (a Poet), an Internal Medicine …

Anthony's Page: Life After Losing Your Baby... #keeppushing

October 29th, 2019


As a pediatrician and mother, this interview was hard at times. My guest, another unicorn has suffered the ULTIMATE loss of all, that of a child, and a tiny newborn at that. 

He shares his struggles with depression …

The Thank You Episode 20!!; #Gratitude - Always remember to give thanks!

October 22nd, 2019


This episode is dedicated to you! All of you! Everyone who has made my journey into your hearts and minds possible. 

To my guests, I thank you for making my dream to be an interviewer come true. For taking time out to …

Sydney's Page; There is NO "look" of depression, but there is a "face"...

October 22nd, 2019


When you are only 24 yrs old and have attempted suicide 3 times (between the ages of 19 and 21yrs) due to chronic depression, feelings of …

Torriel's Page; The first of a few Unicorns...

October 15th, 2019


We can all agree that losing a sibling is a very tough thing to deal with, now imagine losing not one, but two siblings, and a couple of other family members in the space of a few years. That is what our guest today had …

Andrea's Page; Dealing with Grief and Loss

October 8th, 2019


Earlier this year in March, Andrea's daughter's 14yr old friend died by suicide. It had a devastating effect on her daughter. What do you do as a mom …

D'Tondja's Page. Life after Five; the Power of Determination and Prayer

October 1st, 2019


The last time she attempted suicide (her 5th) a few years ago, this week's guest, D'Tondja Foster aka Deedee did not think she would survive it. In …

Suicide and Your Teen, 13 Reasons Why

September 24th, 2019


In this special episode, I am publishing one of my recent Facebook Live videos as a podcast in honor of September being National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

I talk about the top 13 reasons why your teen might …

Sharon K. Edward's Page - 1; When Grandma is also an Activist!

September 17th, 2019


Y'all, I had SO much fun interviewing Sharon! She is a HOOT! She describes herself as a wife of an Army Veteran, a mother of 2 and a grandmother. 

I …

Vicki's Page Part 1; Do you ever feel like YOU ARE NOT ENOUGH?

September 10th, 2019


Listening to this episode, one would not believe that Vicki and I just met a few minutes before this recording. We had an awesome time together. …

Beth's Page; ...Are you feeling like a functionally broken and displaced person? Are you tying your worth to $$?

September 3rd, 2019


Beth Lopez, my first guest of Hispanic ancestry, was such a delight to interview. She calls herself a Universal Soul Coach, a Life Transformer, and …

Debbie's Page; "Allowing herself to be a victim"

August 27th, 2019


From a very young age, Debbie knew she was different. She "felt" her bullying was her "fault". She lived in what she calls "victim-hood" from age 8 …

Bullying and Suicide, the 411

August 20th, 2019



Unless you have been living under a huge rock, you must have heard about all the children and young people who have died from self-inflicted injuries lately. You must have heard that suicide is the second leading …

Eric's Page, Pt 1; A visionary, a friend, lots of overall good man

August 13th, 2019


What does Yoga, Buddhism, PTSD, The Marines, Wellness and Healing have in common? Eric Rishi of course! 

This gentle very polite war hero with a soft …

Estelle's Page; A story of Heartache, Pain, and Self-destruction, then, TRIUMPH!

August 6th, 2019


With a name like Estelle, one expects a beautiful person, and I was not disappointed. This woman is nothing short of a beautiful soul inside and out. …

Kristin's Pages - Part 1; A Doctor with A GOOD Heart

July 30th, 2019


Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Kristin Norris, D.O. A fellow ex-lady in boots, a mom, a soft-spoken psychiatrist, entrepreneur, and friend. 

She speaks today about military life and suicide, touching on her own personal …

Wendy's Pages - Part 1; How early in age can we become aware that we are unhappy?

July 30th, 2019


Describing herself as a "housewife with a GED", a grandmother and a "mathlexic", Wendy is one of those people whom you feel like you have known for a …

What is Suicide?

July 23rd, 2019


In this episode, I discuss suicide in a broad overview. The causes and confounding factors. I discuss some statistics briefly, and the fact that the majority of people who die by suicide do not have mental illness, they …

Khrystine's Page; #stayfrosty

July 23rd, 2019


At the young age of 20 yr, my beautiful, smart, articulate and talented niece, Khrystine, has already tasted betrayal, ostracism and learned some …

Lynette Charity, MD, Page 1; Standing at the edge of the bridge, she heard a voice...

July 23rd, 2019


At 67yr young, Dr. Lynette, and anesthesiologist and former Lt. Col in the United States Air Force would appear to be living her life out loud. She …

Antionette Page 1; All about deleting NEGATIVITY

July 23rd, 2019


Antoinette is originally from the Caribbean Islands, and currently living in Canada. She tells us a story about trials and survival. Suicide attempts and victory. "I must say, I don't blame anybody" are her words when …

Melanie, Page 1; attempt to get away from it all...

July 23rd, 2019


 Originally from Scotland in the UK, Melanie moved to Australia to "escape her woes", but found out that they followed her-in her words,  "through …

Dr. Lulu's Page; My Story, My Mission, My Passion, My Why

July 19th, 2019


Hello and welcome to season 1, episode 1 of my brand new podcast, Suicide Pages.

Ever since I was introduced to the world of podcasts a few years …

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