Your Input Wanted! For my Follow-up "Supportive Friend" video


Ephemeral Rift
Published 5 years ago

I am going to record a follow up video to the Supportive Friend for Dealing with Suicidal Thoughts, Depression, Bullying video that I did back a couple years (link below). I would like your input as this will be a VERY personal one-on-one video, as far as personal attention goes, where I'll even be lighting the fireplace for you. Let me know if there's something you are dealing with that you'd like me to touch upon in the upcoming video. Don't worry, I won't name names or get too specific, for your privacy of course. But if you're dealing with loss of a loved one, job, broken heart, etc., besides depression or bullying, let me know.

I already have some ideas of what to discuss, but as I said, I'd like to give it that little extra bit of personal attention.

I planned on doing the follow up video the night of this one, but there were technical issues *coughforgottochargethebattery* which threw a monkey wrench in the logistics.

Thank you and stay well,
Paul

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