How To Avoid A Plane Crash

“Good morning passengers. I’ve had a really crappy week and I am seriously considering crashing this jet right into the ocean.”
Suicidal people generally don’t broadcast announcements. Here’s the good news: there are signals to watch for.

That’s why I am publishing a series of posts called the Mental Guide To Fooling Everyone.

Part I references an avoidance to discuss emotions at all costs.

Part II will focus on some of the behavior exhibited.

A plane crash is a disaster that affects hundreds of people; so is a completed suicide. Sharing pitfalls, I believe, is a step towards avoidance.

Pilots don’t fly planes alone; if you’re interested in contributing to this discussion, please do. That can be by comment or guest post. You can also do so anonymously by contacting me. I will never reveal your name to anyone else.

If you’re not sure if you can trust me, read this.

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