Kevin Hines Attempted Suicide by Jumping off The Golden Gate Bridge"See what he has Learned after he lived"https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=kevin+hines+jumped+off+bridge https://www.kevinhinesstory.com/
Ep 6: Kevin Hines on Suicide Prevention & Advocacy After Surviving the Golden Gate Bridge
The Reroute by Good Humans Only
When Kevin Hines let go of the rail and jumped from the Golden Gate Bridge, he knew immediately he had made the biggest mistake of his life. He survived the fall with a miraculous story to tell — and now as a film maker, author, speaker, and advocate for suicide prevention, his story is reaching more people than ever. On this week’s episode, Kevin gets real about the struggle with mental illness that led him to attempt suicide, and how this life-changing choice rerouted the trajectory of his life. He’s sharing a truly inspirational message about thriving in spite of pain, finding your purpose, and the simple ways you can show others you care about them when they need it most. We’re diving into: Why Kevin’s motto is “Be here tomorrow,” and what it means for someone who struggles with suicidal ideations How you can become the hero of your own story, rather than the victim Kevin’s MOST HELPFUL resources for improving brain (and physical) health, and how they helped him finally accept his diagnosis Kasey’s thoughts on switching your mindset and being open-minded The SIMPLEST action you can take to show up for someone struggling with suicidal thoughts Small but significant ways Kevin’s wife, Margaret, has been there to support him How an unlikely person gave him the opportunity and empowerment to find a new purpose Inspirational final words from Kevin to remember if you or anyone you know is struggling with pain or suicidal thoughts And so much more! Connect with Kevin Hines for inspiration and help to change your life for the better: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/kevinhines Website: https://www.kevinhinesstory.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinhinesstory If you or someone you know is thinking of suicide, help is available. Speak with someone today at The National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 Follow us on IG so you don't miss a thing! https://instagram.com/the.reroute
Suicidal Crisis and the Art of Mental Wellness with Kevin Hines - Episode 55
Behavioral Health Today
In today's episode Kevin Hines, award winning global speaker, author, filmmaker, and suicide prevention and mental health advocate, tells his story of living with mental illness, being diagnosed with bipolar disorder and his survival after jumping from the golden gate bridge. Together Dr. Graham Taylor and Kevin discuss suicide prevention, the art of wellness, ways to successfully live well, and ways we can craft language and help those in suicidal crisis. “You don't need to see the light at the end of the tunnel to know that it's there. You have to find a way to make it and find a way to move forward until you reach the hope.” If you believe someone you suspect is in a suicidal crisis, simply ask: Are you okay? Is something wrong? Can I help you? I am worried about you? or - I want to ask you a very serious question, but I don’t want to offend you. Are you thinking about killing your self? Have you ever made plans to take your life? If you are hearing this message and happen to be a suicidal individual, ask for help. Use four simple but effective words, “I need help now”. And you must say it to every person you come across until someone is willing to guide you to safety. If you are in crisis, please text CNQR to 741-741 or call 1-800-273-8255. (+1 for military or veterans) For more information about Kevin Hines, visit: https://www.kevinhinesstory.com Visit his YouTube channel with over 400 videos on how to better your life today: https://www.youtube.com/kevinhines Please visit his video playlist, Series: The Art of Wellness (A Ten Step Guide to Better Mental, Brain, Mind, Behavioral, and Physical Wellbeing) Listen to his podcast, Mental Health Marvels Podcast
BeHereTomorrow. The Inspirational Story of Kevin Hines
Making The Maven Podcast
It’s no secret that mental health and the fatal outcomes that follow have become a global crisis. According to the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics an estimated 1 million people worldwide die by suicide every year. In 2019 there were approximately 1.4 M US attempts, 49 thousand impacted. We hope today’s episode leaves you with a sense of awareness, encouragement, a community and available resources. As a best-selling author, global public speaker and award-winning film making, Kevin Hines is world renowned for his work as a suicide survivor. Kevin shares how a very personal experience on the Golden Gate Bridge transformed the direction of his life. In 2016, Mental Health America awarded Kevin The Clifford W. Beers Award; he is a Lifetime Achievement Award Winner by the National Council of Behavioral Health in partnership with Eli Lilly, a SAMSHA Voice Awards Fellow and Award Winner, and an Achievement Winner by the US Veterans Affairs - receiving over 30 U.S. military excellence medals as a civilian. Kevin sits on several boards of the International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF), the Bridge Rail Foundation (BRF), the Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF) and on the Survivors Committee of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. He has spoken in congressional hearings alongside Patrick Kennedy in support of The Mental Health Parity Bill and continues his policy work as an Ambassador to the National Council for Behavioral Health. Kevin Hines Website: http://www.kevinhinesstory.com/ Kevin Hines Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinhinesstory/ Film: Suicide: The ripple effect: https://suicidetherippleeffect.com/watch-now/ Become a suicide advocate: https://afsp.org/become-a-suicide-prevention-public-policy-advocate Cracked not broken: https://www.kevinhinesstory.com/shop/cracked-not-broken-kevin-hines
Bonus Episode: Opening Up About Suicide and Mental Illness with Kevin Hines
The Social Ninjas
In this bonus episode, we interview suicide survivor, social activist, and mental health champion, Kevin Hines. We have a vulnerable conversation about suicide, depression, and bipolar disorder as Kevin shares his own story surviving suicide. With an estimate of nearly 2,000 successful suicide attempts to date, Kevin is 1 out of only 34 people who have survived jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. He provides us with a number of tools (including his free 10-step program) that we can use to maintain optimal mental health, as well as ways we can support loved ones who suffer from mental illness. Kevin has truly dedicated his life to normalising this conversation and helping transform lives. He is also an award-winning filmmaker and best-selling author. You can visit Kevin’s Instagram to find all of the resources we talked about in today’s episode. Enjoy! Where to find Kevin Hines: @KevinHinesStory (https://www.instagram.com/KevinHinesStory) Follow us, ask us questions, and submit podcast ideas: @Social_Anxiety_Kyle (https://www.instagram.com/social_anxiety_kyle/) @JeremyTalksToStrangers (https://www.instagram.com/jeremytalkstostrangers/) Check out our website and stay up-to-date on everything we are doing: www.TheSocialNinjasPodcast.com Make sure to leave us a 5-star review! Support The Social Ninjas Podcast via our Patreon here. https://www.patreon.com/thesocialninjas This podcast is powered by: Tethr Tethr is the world's first mental health app made for men. Click here to download Tethr for free!
Will's Brother Kevin And His Copy Editor - Kevin Hines and Chelsea Clarke
I Will Write Your Book
Kevin Hines (Kevin Hines), a much more successful ghost author than Will, comes on to offer Will some work. He brings along his copy editor Chelsea Clarke (Chelsea Clarke), who is a supportive and loving co-worker of Kevin's. Karen reminds Will that he is a piece of shit. __ SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @IWillWriteYour Instagram: @IWillWriteYourBook Have a book idea or question about the publishing industry? Email: Book@willhines.net
17: Kevin Hines - Be Here Tomorrow: the inspirational story and life lessons from a suicide survivor
The MindHealth360 Show
One of only 1% of people who have survived a suicide attempt from the Golden Gate bridge, listen to Kevin Hines’ extraordinary story of miraculous survival, his ongoing struggles with mental health and suicidal ideation, and the daily habits and mindset which have kept him, and thousands of others, alive.
Surviving a Suicide Attempt - Kevin Hines interview with Dr. Becky Spelman. Episode 13.
Private Stories Podcast with Psychologist Dr. Becky Spelman from Private Therapy Clinic
#KevinHines #Suicidal #SuicideSurvival In today's episode Dr. Becky Spelman speaks with Kevin Hines, a suicide survivor who jumped off the golden gate bridge in an attempt to end his life.Kevin experienced a very traumatic childhood and was adopted at 9 months old. Kevin was diagnosed with epilepsy and put onto medication to manage this, however, this medication had unknowingly suppressed Kevins bipolar disorder and when he was taken offer this medication it lead to his first mental breakdown at the age of 17 years old where he experienced his first paranoia episode. Kevin explains his entire experience the day he travelled to the golden gate bridge in San Francisco to make his life ending jump. He explains he was hearing voices in his head telling him to 'end his life'. Kevin survived the fall and was saved from drowning by the coast guards. Kevin explains his regret the moment he made that jump from the bridge, but describes his survival as a miracle. Dr. Becky Spelman is a top Psychologist in London, Becky is the Clinic Director for Private Therapy Clinic which has clinic's based all around central London including; Harley Street, Wigmore Street, Bank, Earls Court & Canary Wharf. Becky uses Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness to treat a range of difficulties with a particular interest in Borderline Personality Disorder and the difficulties that go with this condition such as relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, low-self esteem, social anxiety, fear of public speaking, fear of intimacy, interpersonal difficulties, anger, body image issues, eating disorders and addictions.Subscribe to the channel: https://bit.ly/2N7kVT8For further help with this topic you can contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org/BUSINESS INQUIRIES email@example.com
Kevin Hines is a mental health advocate, a suicide survivor, public speaker, and author of one of my favorite books "Cracked Not Broken". He came on the podcast to talk about the state of mental health but how to overcome it. He gives amazing proven tactics to improve our mental health. You can find him at http://www.kevinhinesstory.com/Text: CNQR to 741 741 (Crisis Text Line Services - USA Only)Call: 1 800 273 8255 (Suicide Prevention Lifeline - USA Only)Enter code "OCY" at checkout and save 10% on the ENTIRE orderhttps://www.purespectrumcbd.com/Save up to 10% on your next orderonnit.com/ocy Save $50 on your registration INSTANTLY enter code "OCY" at checkout!!! Virtual.PodcastMovement.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/overcoming-you/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
The girls welcome one of the most inspirational guests to date, Kevin Hines. Kevin is one of the extreme few to survive jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. He is a speaker, author, and activist for suicide prevention and mental health awareness. September is Suicide Prevention Month, so listen to hear how we as a community can come together to help people who are struggling with thoughts of taking their own lives, and letting them know there are so many people who care. If you or someone you know may be struggling with thoughts of suicide, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. They are available 24 hours a day, and are ready to listen and help. Please do not be afraid or hesitate to reach out to anyone. If you know someone who is struggling, be there for them. More podcasts similar to this on iTunes!