Why I Am Swimming The English Channel
Suicide is not just the loss of one precious life. It devastates many, many other lives. Our organisation exists to help the survivors of bereavement by suicide or self–inflicted death to support each other, at the time of the loss and in the months and years following.
Suicide recognises no social, ethnic or cultural boundaries – neither do we. Our helpline and groups are open to all survivors of bereavement by suicide aged 18 years and over.
“Only those of us who have experienced this terrible tragedy can truly understand. None of us needs to suffer alone; together we can help each other.”
Halani is Swimming To Stop The Cycle Of Trauma.
This swim has also inspired many others take on their own challenges and find ways to break through their own personal barriers they once believed were holding them back. We get to hear all about these stories now which fill us with joy because it shows that power of human potential that is very much alive inside all of us.
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