Please Live Collection
“Please Live is dedicated to helping teens conquer mental illness. Through education and awareness outreach, we are investing in a mentally healthy tomorrow by helping hurting youth today. We equip students to recognize signs in themselves and in their friends of depression, anxiety, and suicide and to intervene in a crisis. Your purchase helps us to provide this education free of charge to schools and organizations in our communities. There is help. There is hope.” ~Alexa Moody, Founder and Executive Director
Tshirt Unisex (Black) Please Live$23.00 Select options
Hoodie Sweatshirt (Black) Please Live$36.00 – $39.00 Select options
Tshirt Unisex (Heather Grey) Please Live$23.00 Select options
Tshirt Unisex (Navy) Please Live$23.00 Select options
Hoodie Sweatshirt (Heather Grey) Please Live$36.00 – $39.00 Select options
Hoodie Sweatshirt (Navy) Please Live$36.00 – $39.00 Select options
What is Please Live?
Please Live, Inc. is a nonprofit based on education and awareness of youth mental health and suicide prevention. Through free educational events, Please Live invests into the future generations by teaching young people how to recognize signs and symptoms of mental health problems in themselves and in their friends.
Ten percent of funds raised from this collection will be donated to Please Live to assist them in providing their life-saving educational programs free of charge to hurting youth in our community.
One of the biggest barriers of hurting people getting the help they need is simply a lack of education. Many people are struggling and aren’t even aware that what they are experiencing is an illness that can be treated. Please Live’s program is created and taught by adults with compelling “been there, done that” stories to offer a firsthand look into experiencing and recovering from a mental illness.
“You really helped me. I was thinking about (suicide) and I just wanted to be gone. You helped me (to reach out and) get help.”
Looking for resources on Suicide & Depression? Here are a few of our favorites. For a complete list, check out our Resources page! Looking for Faith-based information? Check out our Love Life Ministries branch!
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- SLEEP DEPRIVATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON MENTAL HEALTH | Guest Post by Brett ArmstronIs sleep deprivation more than not getting enough sleep? As someone who’s experienced chronic lack of sleep, I can share that over time it can affect mental health. The good news is you can take steps like choosing the best mattress for a good night’s sleep. In fact, insomnia is… Read more »
- Alarming Spike in Mental Health Cases: Digital Health Vows to Offer Quality and Faster Care | Guest Post by Deepu BhatIn Europe, one in every two individuals suffer from mental illness. 17% of youngsters between 6 to 17 years of age are experiencing a mental health disorder. The prevalence of mental disorders is high in Asia Pacific too. Brain is a beautiful and mysterious organ of the human body. If… Read more »
- 8 Ways in Which Depression Can Be Treated Without Medication | Guest Post by Taylor HillDepression is a very scary mental disorder; it can completely ruin a person’s life and make them feel hopeless and miserable. Depression can have severe implications on one physical health as well, and it can be a complete and utter nightmare. Unfortunately, there is still a lot of misinformation about… Read more »
- Grief and Its Stages | Guest Post by Alex – Media Outreach Manager at GetUrnsAt GetUrns, we want to do everything we can to ease the pain of losing a loved one; that’s why we provide grief literature to offer more information on cremation, death, or funerals. Grief, the direct emotional result that arises from loss, is a topic we focus heavily on. In… Read more »
- How to Care For Your Mental Well-being through Coronavirus and Beyond |Guest Post by James BurtonDay in, day out, you used to take your car to work, shuttling back and forth between your home and the office. There were days on the road when you knew your car was running smoothly, the engine humming as it should at stoplights and eating up miles like a… Read more »
- Self-Management for Depression & Anxiety | Guest Post by Keith MyersAccording to the World Health Organization, an average of 20% of the whole population are suffering from symptoms of anxiety and depression. And with this number, it can be inferred that a lot of people are stressed by different sources. Basically, when this happens, doctors suggest synthetic drugs that are… Read more »
- How Tech is the Changing the Mental Health Industry | Guest Post by Arthur MeysterMental health treatments have gone digital. Thousands of apps crowd the mental health and wellness sector. It’s a trend that isn’t going anywhere. According to a Markets and Markets research report, the psychological well-being software market may reach $2.31 billion by 2022, growing at a rate of 14.8 percent annually.… Read more »
- How can anxiety affect your gaming experience on Twitch? | Guest Post by Rachel MerashiAnxiety disorders are prevalent in the United States, Europe, and many other parts of the world. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, approximately 18.1% of people in the US suffer from anxiety disorders yearly. Online gamers haven’t been spared either; many endure high levels each day. For… Read more »
- 5 Essential Tips to Overcome Anxiety and Depression | Guest Post by Stuart GomezFeelings of anxiety and depression can strike at any time, affecting both our mental and physical health and our relationships with those around us. However, with the five tips below, we’ll show you how to manage anxiety so that rather than being overwhelmed by negative thoughts and periods of stress,… Read more »
- 5 Tips for Combating Empathy Burnout | Guest Post by Mia BarnesEmpathy burnout — also referred to as compassion fatigue — is the exhaustion that a person can feel when they devote excessive time and energy to caring for others. There are a lot of mixed emotions surrounding empathy burnout, from guilt to hopelessness. While they may be hard to recognize,… Read more »