Monday, 9 June 2008

A serious matter.

Many of us know basic life saving skills that can help us in a crisis situation, such as if someones heart stops. But what if someones will to live stops? ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) provides practical training in what to do in a situation where the threat to life is the person themself. An ASIST workshop was held, for the very first time, in Hungary this weekend past by Joyce Borgs and Alan Briscoe from Wales and was a great success. I now feel I could act with greater effectiveness if I met a suicidal person. Thank you. This Thursday and Friday will be another workshop in the Hungarian language.

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