Tag Archives: suicide

Let’s Talk.

I’ve always participated in the Bell Let’s Talk mental health imitative but this year is different, and though I’d give anything for things to be anything but, they aren’t. I’m a resident of one of the world’s greatest and most … Continue reading

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The Dead Cannot Speak… That’s Where We Come In.

It’s a frigid morning in Niagara Falls and as always, I was listening to music on my phone during the ten minute walk to work; the tunes of choice were from the Broadway show that, in my daughter’s mind ranks … Continue reading

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What Lies Beneath?

The query came as I was still getting my morning bearings, without the benefit of coffee, I might add. “Have you heard about The Girl, Hook? She killed herself. She jumped over the Falls” (Out of respect for the memory … Continue reading

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The Hook’s Rules (Ten Of ’em, At Least.)

Once again, the American Thanksgiving holiday is upon us and you know what that means, right? Tons of well-intentioned, super cool – even from Ned Hickson – holiday posts. Well, this isn’t one of them so don’t get any ideas. … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To The Lost.

This is for everyone out there who is currently hearing the whispers of desperation, the call of the void reaching out to them, even in the places we hide. My name is Robert and I have something to say. I … Continue reading

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Beneath The Surface: An Indie Chicks Guest Post.

Not only is it New Comic Book Day – I love being a nerd, but one that actually has sex on a semi-regular basis, that is – but I’m also a guest over at The Indie Chicks today. The subject … Continue reading

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A Dark and Quiet Truth.

The hour was late. (Or early, depending on your philosophical bent.) It was anything but a dark and stormy night. The stars cast their luminescence upon the populace of Niagara as film of dry, humid air surrounded them. Some individuals slept, their minds the plaything … Continue reading

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