My Activity Tracking
My target 100 kms
R U OK? R U (FEELING) SAFE?
This past year I have attempted SUICIDE three times upon my life. While I have stated that I'm not a fan of this silly event. I will bring to attention how important a conversation of asking "R U OK? AND R U (FEELING) SAFE. I'm doing this because I want to bring awareness on how important SUICIDE awareness is to me and the people I care about especially the Disabled and Neurodivergent community.
Did you know! That disabled and neurodivergent people are five times more likely to kill themselves than their able-bodied neurotypical counterparts. Many disabled neurodivergent people do not have the abilities to communicate due to being non-verbal and have speech disabilities, at most there isn't any other better way to communicate if they are not okay, safe or well and will mask in sinister that can lead to higher self-harm behaviours, emotional dysregulation and of course suicide.
So if you have spare cash, PLEASE GIVE ALL OF IT!!!! Okay, just a measly one dollar will do. But I will be very appreciative of anything, even it was an expired Sizzler coupon. Because it is the thought that counts but also giving better education, to which I challenge R U OK and how this is a virtue signalling event, so I will walk 100kms, maaaaaybe more for July. Yes I am that serious and committed! So give money and many expired Sizzler coupons!
I will bring the money and challenge R U OK with this virtue signalling!
Thank you ao much. This is dedicated to all disables and neurodivergent people out there!
TFSN | The Full Spectrum Nurse
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This July, I’m joining K’s for R U OK? to stay connected, develop healthy habits and help to create a world where we're connected and protected from suicide.
Each week I'll be consistent in my clocking as I walk, (run, roll or ride) to help start more life-changing conversations.
By donating to my page you are helping R U OK? provide free, essential resources to schools, workplaces, families, and communities across Australia. Giving them the tools and confidence to spot the signs and to start a conversation that could change the life of someone who's struggling. And you'll be putting a big smile on my face.
Thank you so much.
By inspiring people to take the time to ask “Are you OK?” and listen, we can help people struggling with life to feel connected long before they even think about suicide.