Suicide Prevention Awareness

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Since my birthday this year in July I started to think about the importance of celebrate moments.

We usually post-pone festive moments because life is so busy that we really forget to smile, to celebrate, to be thankful.

When my clients book a session we have a pre-consultation where we get to know each other a little bit and I can understand the main reasons why she or he wants to have a boudoir experience.

I’m glad that many of my clients want this experience to gift someone special, but it’s great that many of them are doing for themselves.

However, I’m writing this post today because I know there are lot of people don’t feel happy enough to celebrate their own lives. Even worse than that.. they think they have no reason to stay alive so they end up taking their own life.

I know this is a heavy subject but we have to talk about this.

We have to talk about suicide!

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that each year approximately one million people die from suicide. This number represents a global mortality rate of 16 people per 100,000 or one death every 40 seconds.

It’s becoming so popular between men and women from all ages and places. We have to understand more about it and be able to help those who don’t see life through another perspective.

Yellow Ribbon is an organisation created to help promote suicide prevention programs for young and teens around the world and Aware is for adults over 18 in Ireland. Moreover, Samaritans is available 24/7 on free call 116 123, email

Mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder affect a person’s thinking, feeling and behavior.

It’s important to say that we can help people in many ways and my campaign Celebrate it is here for it. I hope I can help many more people finding their own beauty and celebrate it, celebrate their lives and history.

You can help as well! Donating to organizations, sharing their websites and phones, participating of talks in your community to understand more about mood disorder, being a listener and so on.

We can’t let this number increase!


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