The PSR Kid is a book that parents, teachers, and school staff can help their children or students in regulating their emotions inside and outside of the classroom.
The purpose of this book is to share my personal collection of poetry that sheds light on suicide ideation and how to overcome these thoughts through hope and love.
The purpose of The I Live Movement is to provide education on suicide awareness and address difficult topics (e.g. sexual or physical abuse, bullying, etc.) that may result in a person wanting to die. This will be done by teaching youth ages 12 to 18 years old, caregivers, and parents on how to discuss suicide ideation with someone in their age group or their child. The movement also focuses on recovery, forgiveness, and acceptance. The I Live Movement administers these conversations through speaking engagements, mentorship, round table discussions, and programming/community panel discussions. It is a platform in which a person can tell their story.
Aisha Rehema-Gist Henderson is an Alumnus from Michigan State University (MSU). She graduated from MSU with two Bachelor’s degrees in Family Community Services and Human Biology, and a Master’s degree in Social Work. During her time in undergrad and graduate school, she has written numerous poems.