Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention for Nurses

I had a death wish for many years so I know something about wanting to escape from too much pain. If you’re looking for someone to talk to who won’t judge you or try to fix you, but believes in the part of you who wants to enjoy the magic of being alive, I know the path to healing and joy, and will help you find your way home. We can meet in person if you live in Vancouver, or by video conferencing to anywhere in the world.

Most people think when things are not going well they’ll always go badly, and when things are going well, that they’ll always go well. But neither is true. What’s true is that things are always changing whether we notice it or not.

I had some very deep psychological scars. And I learned that no scars are too deep to heal. If you keep going and never give up there will come a time when you’re very glad you did. Although physical pain can be terrible, psychological pain can be worse. I can help you find the peace you want. I’ve done it for myself, and together we can do it for you. In recent years I experienced joys I never knew existed, that made all my unhappy years worthwhile. These joys are available to all.

It is never too late to start enjoying life. Please know you can change your life as long as you know how, and have the support of an experienced guide. Together we can find your path to the life you want to live very much.

Everybody’s pain is different, but everybody’s path to recovery has at least one thing in common. It begins with you taking positive action. The most effective positive action is to reach out for help from someone who’s been there and done that.

If you’re ready to talk, I’m ready to listen. Call me on my cell phone 604-999-5284 now. If I’m not available, leave your name and phone number, and let me know what you want to talk about. If it’s not about something urgent you can make a firm appointment on my calendar so you know I’ll be available.

That’s the first step in you finding joy in life mdash; reaching out and asking for help. I hope to hear from you soon.

Ken Lapp
Things are going to get easier