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Words on Suicide From a Former Patrolman on the Golden Gate Bridge

If you saw someone on the verge of suicide, would you know what to say? As a patrolman on San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, Kevin Briggs helped bring many people back from the brink. In this moving talk, he gives a powerful piece of advice to those with loved ones who might be thinking of taking their own lives.

This Week’s Links (weekly)

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Head of USA Swimming has Hall of Fame Invite Rescinded

Chuck Wielgus, the executive director of USA Swimming, was due to be inducted into the USA Swimming Hall of Fame, however, with the recent revelations about widespread sexual abuse of minors by swimming coaches, there was an outcry against his induction.

According to the Women’s Sports Foundation’s letter to the HOF committee:

“more than 100 USA Swimming coaches have been banned for life, making this one of the worst sexual abuse scandals in the US Olympics sports world. Many of these coaches had well-known, long histories of sexual abuse, yet Wielgus enabled these men to continue to coach for years.”

After this sort of public outcry, and accusations that he did not do nearly enough to properly lead the organization out of that dark history, it’s clear that putting him in the sport’s Hall of Fame was not the message USA Swimming wanted to send to it past, current, and future athletes. Good for them.

You can read more details at USA Today

This Week’s Links (weekly)

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

This Week’s Links (weekly)

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

This Week’s Links (weekly)

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

Child Abuse Survivor on Tumblr and Flipboard

If you’re a regular user of Tumblr, or of Flipboard, you can now follow us there as well.

If you are a Flipboard user on your iPhone or iPad, you can now get all the content from this site, as well as various links that I share throughout the week, in the Child Abuse Survivors magazine.

If you’re a regular Tumblr user, you can now follow this blog, including all of our posts, on our tumblr blog. Right now it just has a link to the latest posts up, but eventually I’d like to start getting involved with other survivors over there, the same way that we do on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus, currently.If that’s your place to hang out and you want to keep up with the site, by all means, follow us over there – http://childabusesurvivor.tumblr.com/

If you have a Flipboard magazine or Tumblr blog that is also sharing information of interest to abuse survivors, let us know in the comments!