Chester Bennington What Does The Suicide Epidemic Say About Our Culture E432

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Hello Last Thursday Linkin Parks Chester Bennington

committed suicide so we’re going to talk about male suicide, isolation, suicide and general mental health and addiction. In this episode of The Truth. Chester Bennington is raw and heartfelt vocals where he telling often fueled by anguish. Something he was always open about settings had never shied away from talking about having depression and a long history of drug and alcohol abuse, which he said started when he was just 11 years old, His parents divorce. It’s very curious that all of the identifiable landmarks are present trauma in childhood of abuse and the UK divorce of parents addiction and what’s also interesting is that he spoke openly about depression because I suppose one of the things we think is oh if you all having a conversation about it.

If Youre Open About It, You

will be exempted it won’t happen to. You there’s been a 40 percent right in midlife suicide rates since 2008, So this is something that’s on the rise. 80% of the suicides are men. Four out of ten men of considered suicide interesting to that a lot of people that commit suicide or have feeling suicidal force. Don’t want death they want life to change so what I suppose it makes me feel because I’m you know like God when I think about it all of the things that Chester Bennington is talking about addiction, the divorce of parents, child abuse.

Ive Experienced All Of Those Things

and I do also publicly talk about like mental health and depression. So like it makes me feel and I’m the right age to be right. In the middle of this situation. I suppose we are aware aren’t we about how vulnerable adolescents are suicide and of course there is. No particular demographic whose suicide is more sad or more tragic, but it is interesting when a pattern phenomena or trend seems to emerge.

Many Are Saying That Both Of These Recent

suicides are point to the idea of disillusionment dissatisfaction that is more pronounced in the case of famous and successful men, but it’s probably something that all men this age is starting to experience as we all start to feel but oh well that in work then becoming successful or not coming like you know if you become successful you recognize it doesn’t love you and then if you aren’t successful. Then you feel emasculated and unimportant and powerless and castrated, And what I would say is that this is like that that this is a obviously a psychological and mental health issue that is a result of the social conditions that we live in I heard recently. If we adjust to a poorly adjusted society, what are we adjusting to what do we become? If we live in a society that tells us that we have to be these types of individuals and live these types of lives and have access to these type of commodities and have this type of status and we take on board that what are we going to become We’ve lost the ability to have a collective identity to commune honestly and open with one another to speak openly about our frailties, our vulnerabilities, our sadness and our pain, and we’ve not only that we think that with these tensions and this stresses can be alleviated through the acquisition of external phenomena. My belief is that addiction is a condition that affects us all that we are all on the spectrum. We are all using some external element to make ourselves feel.

Better And I Think Therefore That The

model that I use to one day at a time keep my addiction at Bay would work for less obvious forms of addiction. One admitting that there’s a problem to believing that it is possible for things to be better and free, asking for and accepting help. These first three steps. I think are vital. These first three steps regularly continually constantly work.

I Think And Make A Difference.

There’s a an organization called calm campaign against living miserably. They work specifically with men. They provide a helpline guidance and they do event comedy night sports mitigators seems like a good way to go about it. It’s interesting that the what they’re acknowledging is that people are living miserably people are unhappy.

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God You See Everywhere Dont You Like

how many of you watching this now thinking this is how I feel I’m. Unhappy with my life, my life didn’t work out how I wanted it. I don’t feel like I think I should feel but that idea that of having a concept an image of how you should feel is. I believe part of the problem because how we feel is how we feel and that’s what we have to come to terms with and the belief that we can change the way we feel that we can improve is surely at least one tool in the fight against suicide If you have hope you are not going to commit suicide. I suppose suicide is the end of hoe business like well.

I Feel This Way Is Not Going To

get better Tada whether it’s David Foster, Wallace or Chris Cornell or Chester Bennington, or people that are not in the public eye. Of course it’s like it’s always it spawns these. kind of videos and this kind of conversation when it happens in public because there’s a story to hang it on, but I’ve spent my whole life around it oppress people I’m not suggesting I’m hoping I’m not causing it but like because I’m a drug addict in recovery because I feel like I had mental health issues when I was a younger man, all of which have been. I believe dealt with through the methods and techniques in advice and counsel that I get through abstinence based in my case 12-step recovery. I think that this technique this methodology will work for anybody perhaps in conjunction with other forms of therapy.

I Certainly Wouldnt Say Exclusively Anybody

who wants to use him. Bennington death comes just a week before Legged Park was set to kick off the North American leg of their World Tour supporting their albums one more. Pennington was married and it survived by six children. Our thoughts are with his family bandmate and fan one has a family Wow whatever it was. It was feeling it was more powerful than the feelings of obligation that we have to our family and loved ones interesting that he was about to go on tour.

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It Seems To Me That Who Knows

you know who any speculation is somewhat moot, but I think what’s interesting about is what it is about men, What it is about our ability to communicate what it is by the inability and ineffectiveness of success of dealing with mental illness and if we don’t have new ways of communicating honestly and openly about the way we feel in the world and the inability of the social systems. We’ve set up to deal with being human and let me make some real fundamental changes that. There’ll be more of this alongside all of the other destructive phenomena that we associate with late capitalism alienation of course, which Marx described articulately that we feel worthless whether we’re cogs in an industrial machine or leading lights in the rock industry. Alienation is something that people are feeling worthlessness despair loneliness and what I think is particularly tragic about this is it’s preventable like many of the other demons the stalkers in our current day whether it’s ecological meltdown or economic inequality these things are preventable. Certainly Chester Bennington X’ death was I believe preventable because I think with communication, love and openness less people or commit suicide.

I Know Ive Had Forts Of Suicide

before and the reason that I have not carried out is whereas I’ve always been fortunate enough to have other acts It to have access to other people to say yeah I feel. Like that don’t do anything to make about it There are other ways this is temporary. This will go by so please use the resources that are available to you like comm information accessible here or talk to one other openly true news thank you UK.

Summary

Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington committed suicide last Thursday . He had a long history of drug and alcohol abuse, which he said started when he was just 11 years old, His parents divorce, and the UK divorce of parents addiction and what’s also interesting is that he spoke openly about depression because I suppose one of the things we think is oh if you all having a conversation about it, you will be exempted it won’t happen to. There’s been a 40 percent right in midlife suicide rates since 2008, So this is something that’s on the rise. 80% of the suicides are men. Four out of ten men of considered suicide is considered suicide interesting to that a lot of people that commit suicide or have feeling suicidal force. Don’t want death they want life to change so what I suppose it makes me feel because I’m you know like God when I think about it when I Think about it all of the people that committed suicide, when I’m the right age to be right…. Click here to read more and watch the full video