National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

I would normally send a Happy New aYear’s message tonight, but my office has recently been inundated with calls about the “s” word… either from those who have recently lost loved ones or those who just feel lost during these difficult times.

For those struggling right now, the souls implore you to continue your spiritual journey here, however difficult it may seem.

Those who have taken their own lives have come through during sessions to say they wish they would have stayed and realized that there was help available.

If you need help, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255

For those who have lost loved ones to suicide… know that they died from an illness. They were sick at heart, and they are given time to recuperate in the hereafter, should they need it. Free from their illnesses in the hereafter, they can see things more clearly.

They urge us all to stick it out, complete our spiritual journeys here, knowing each day is one day less and one day closer to a joyous reunion in the hereafter.

May you all have a safe, healthy and Happy New Year.

#afterlife #hereafter #suicide

2 thoughts on “National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  1. Tami Harlow says:

    Dear George, I am a friend of your Cousin’s, I won’t say which one in this note, but I have heard about you and followed your story for many years. Another dear friend of mine has been struggling with the Suicide of her Son four years ago and her Grandson, her Daughter’s Son, seven months after her Son’s death. Obviously, these events have changed her forever, and she is constantly seeking out ways to understand the “why”, especially in her Grandson’s case. Her Son’s Suicide wasn’t totally unexpected. He was addicted to prescription painkillers and had been to rehab three times and had recently relapsed after two years of sobriety. He left a Wife and three children.
    Her Grandson’s death however, was the result of a psychotic break at 25. He had recently been diagnosed with Bi-Polar disorder and refused to take medication but instead tried to “handle it” himself with living a healthy lifestyle. His Suicide came within a couple of weeks after his Psychotic break, so it was quick and caught everyone by surprise.
    My friend is terribly broken understandably, but she has been to a couple of mediums whom her family and I do not think have her best interests at heart.
    After hearing about you and your abilities for years from your cousin, I believe you are gifted and wondered if you still do readings, or if not, could you give me a name or two of those you believe are truly gifted as well whom I could refer her to? Thank you George, and much appreciation in advance.


    • George Anderson says:

      I am sorry for your friends struggles. Suicide is so misunderstood by many people. I do still do sessions both in person and over the phone. You can schedule one online by clicking the Schedule Session button on the homepage, Sessions page or Available dates page of this website. There are still a few sessions left in November and December of this year. If you need assistance scheduling a session, you can contact my office at 631-351-2972.


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