If you need emergency assistance in the United States, call Suicide Prevention at (800) 273-8255 or the Veterans Crisis Line at (855) 238-5745. Otherwise call 911 or your local emergency number.

For my personal views dealing with suicide which I have called SE (Self Execution) please read and share my book if you believe it can help others. Download The Survivor's Guide to Self Execution right now!

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I'm taking out more adds today for my creations. Not for the purpose of book sales but hopefully that some people will read and find things they like on mysite and share the poems and things they enjoy. Many have said that some of my poems have helped them with their lives. I created the books mainly for my kids to have my thoughts. If you do wish to explore the books they have the look inside option on amazon.com just look for me Stanley Victor Paskavich. I'll leave you with this poem...


We're all pieces of the same ever-changing puzzle;
some connected for mere seconds, some connected for life,
some connected through knowledge, some through belief,
some connected through wisdom, some through Love,
and some connected with no explanation at all.
Yet, as spiritual beings having a human experience,
we're all here for the sensations this reality or illusion has to offer.
The best anyone can hope for is the right to be able to Live,
Learn, Love then Leave. After that, reap the benefits of their own chosen
existence in the hereafter by virtue of simply believing in what they believe.
As for here, it took me a while but this progression helped me with my life:
"I like myself. I Love myself. I am myself."
Stanley Victor Paskavich

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