My Life is Worth Living: A 30-day booklet to help you identify your reasons for living
The idea for this booklet was inspired by the article Do reasons for living protect against suicidal thoughts and behaviors? A systemic review of the literature (2016). The researchers' important work took a closer look at the helpfulness of Marsha Linehan's Reasons for Living Inventory. Dr. Linehan created dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and knows a lot about preventing suicide.
The quick answer to the question of "Do reasons for living protect against suicidal thoughts and behaviors?" is a resounding "YES!" Thinking and writing about your reasons for living can help you today and tomorrow. It's a practical and easy way for you to help yourself if you're someone who thinks about suicide or self-harming behaviors.
This small 5 x 7 inch journal will take you through the next 30 days. It's okay if you have dozens of reasons for living or maybe just one or two. What's most important is that you start listing your reasons for living every single day.
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