This week is National Suicide Prevention Week, and September is considered Suicide Prevention Month. Each year, nearly 45,000 Americans die by suicide, making it the 10th leading cause of death in this country. Wyoming is not immune. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control, our state ranks third highest for suicide in the United States. If you or someone you care about is considering suicide, or if you suffer from depression due to the change in weather or other cause, help is available. Read our blog post to discover ways to help yourself or someone you love.
As we prepare for another month and a new season, one question we can ask ourselves is: how well are we? A lot is asked of us, and we often need to manage many things at once. However, we also often sacrifice our own health, both physical and emotional, to manage those numerous things, including meet others’ needs. Such juggling and caregiving often causes stress. When we women experience stress, it can affect both our physical and emotional health. Find encouragement on today's blog post about managing stress, developing courage and confidence, and keeping yourself healthy emotionally as well as physically.
You may have heard this common warning from the National Weather Service and the Weather Channel when flooding occurs: “Turn around don’t drown!” Can you think of life circumstances that feel like a flood? For some women, discovering they are pregnant feels like drowning. But, there are life preservers out there, including True Care. Read on to learn more.