Suicide Journal Instruction to the Way of Life

Suicide Journal instruction to the way of life
The goal of the Suicide Journal instruction to the way of life is to extend the life of a desperate person by five days by journaling their feelings and reading their responses on subsequent days of the journal process.
This is a three step process.
Step one: admit to yourself that you have suicidal thoughts.
Step two: get pen and paper. Write on anything that you can even the wall or the mirror.
Step three: write down your thoughts on paper and answer question 1, question 2 and question 3.
Question 1. Can I wait until tomorrow to take my life?
Question 2. Upon reading my journal notes from yesterday is my situation any less desperate?
Question 3. To be asked on journal day five. Upon review of my journal notes is there improvement in my will to live and is there a glimmer of hope that my life has value?

Further instruction of the process: Your life has value. Life is what you make it and what you put into it is the very thing that you get out of it.
The Holy Bible the Book of John 15:22 If I had not come and spoken unto them, they had not had sin: but now they have no cloke for their sin.
In this verse Jesus speaks of a cloak. A cloak is something that conceals. The fact that you have gotten this far in the Suicide Journal instruction to the way of life instructional packet shows that you have become honest with yourself and you have removed the cloak that the only answer to your problem or problems is suicide. There must be another answer to the question “Should I take my own life today”? The first question that needs to be asked is, “is there any value to my life”? and the second question that needs to be asked, “can I add value to my life? The answer to question one is yes. All life comes from God and this alone gives value to your life. The answer to question two is also yes. To add value to your life is a daily process. You are the only one that can do this.
What you must understand is that it is your thoughts that are trying to kill you. Whenever your thoughts are trying to kill you it must be understood that this is not of God. Man was created in the very image of God and any thought contrary to that is not of God.
John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
John 6:57 As the living Father hath sent me, and I live by the Father: so he that eateth me, even he shall live by me. King James Version
John 6:57 “As the living Father sent Me, and I live because of the Father, so he who feeds on Me will live because of Me. New King James Version
This is a three step process.
Step one: admit to yourself that you have suicidal thoughts.
Step two: get pen and paper.
Step three: write down your thoughts on paper and answer question 1, question 2 and question 3.
Day one: Question 1. Can I wait until tomorrow to take my life? This will have to come from the heart, a NO answer must be dismissed, you must be strong and say “YES I CAN LIVE ANOTHER DAY WITH A GLIMMER OF HOPE THAT I CAN IMPROVE MY LIFE JUST A LITTLE BIT EVERY DAY.
Day two: Question 2. Upon reading my journal notes from yesterday is my situation any less desperate? Your life must not be as desperate on journal day two as it was on journal day one because you made it through the night. What did you write in your journal yesterday? Read it and reread it, you are the author. Rebuild your life based on the value that you have found between day one and day two.
Day three: continue to expand your thoughts and be honest with yourself. A big part of getting rid of suicidal thoughts is being honest with yourself. If you tell yourself that you have no value long enough eventually you will start to believe it. Truth starts from within and expands to the outside in the form of value. Self value is the cure to suicidal thoughts.
Day four: day four is simply a reinforcement of day tree. If you are on day four then you have added four more days of value to your life.
Day five: Question 3. To be asked on journal day five. Upon review of my journal notes is there improvement in my will to live and is there a glimmer of hope that my life has value? At this point in the journal process you should have five days worth of journal notes to review, that is five days worth of value that you have added to your life. If you have become honest with yourself you now have an honest opinion to draw from, your own. This is the person that you have become over the last five days. You have become honest with yourself and have put aside your suicidal thoughts for the last five days. Take council in yourself by using your own words to find value in your life.
If you take your life you no longer have it. You can never get it back.
Be warned that you are weak and in need of help. At the very least you will need to continue to journal and read and reread your thoughts. Just because you made it to day five or day six doesn’t mean that you can’t go back to your darkest hour. Press on and add value every day through honesty and truth.
John 15:26 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.
Remember suicide is an act of a person intentionally taking their own life. If the act of suicide is never begun then the act of suicide can never be finished. Life moves on, move along with it and began to direct its path in honesty and in truth. The new beginning starts here and now.

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