Don’t Stop Talking – Our Side of Suicide

Talking about our loved ones after their death is especially difficult after a suicide.  Not only is it painful for the survivor of the loss, but we have the added bonus of the other persons discomfort.  That “Oh my gosh, what do I say” face.  I think the most frustrating thing for me is the …

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I am a wife, mother, RN, make-up artist, and musician, who also happens to have a mood disorder. Fortunately, I will not let the latter define me. I am also a survivor of suicide loss. This website is dedicated to my brother, Jefferson Joseph Blanton-Harris ("Joey"). This site is to share thoughts about beauty, fashion, and most of all, mental health. Because fabulousness starts with good mental health! ~"I only want to see you laughing in the Purple Rain" - Prince

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