Well, hello there! I am Mettie Spiess. I started Inspire Hope Blog after I tragically lost a second brother to suicide in 2014 to end the stigma and shame regarding mental illness, inspire hope, and prevent suicide. Here you will find support, tools, and resources
I often get asked the question: “Why do people that have it all end their life by suicide?” In every case, suicide is incomprehensible, but it seems to be more unfathomable when the person that passes away leaves behind children, a fortune, and overwhelming popularity.
As a speaker-trainer, I attend A LOT of conferences. In April, I ventured to Phoenix to attend the American Association of Suicidology (AAS) conference. The support, education, and camaraderie that I was lucky enough to be a part of was profound. Meet some of the Hope
As a suicide and bullying prevention speaker and trainer I have been hearing a lot about the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” from students, educators, and parents. The series graphically depicts the suicide of fictional character, Hannah Baker, and addresses a number of difficult topics,
Glasgow school district and Howard County Missouri personifies what it means to be a resilient Hope Hero. My definition of resilience differs from Webster’s version. *Resilience (n)- Sharing your gifts with the world WHILE healing your pain. Most of you have heard of Glasgow Missouri