True Stories Shared
Do You Have A Story To Share?
We see so much power in stories. Your story. My story, We all have one and every single one is unique. There is no such thing as too simple, and this safe space can handle all the powerful, real, messy details. We appreciate and are grateful for all of those sharing their truths. We just believe that all stories have the ability to impact, especially when it comes to stories of suicide.
Be anonymous if you prefer, but also be bold and brave sharing your identity if you choose. This is your story. You control it. We share it. You inspire. We give thanks.
Our mission is to save lives through this community one story at a time. We believe in the power of speaking up, of being vulnerable, and showing love. As long as your story is personal, honest, has an identification with suicide, and from the heart, we want to feature it.
Here's How It Works...
Write Your Story
Your words are powerful.
Write your story in up to 1000 words.
Submit Your Story
Review our submission guidelines.
Fill out the form below and copy/paste your story into the ‘Submit Your Story Here’ field.
Connect With Us
You can expect a response from someone on the Voices Unfiltered team within 5 business days.
Confirm Your Story With Edits
We will send you a confirmation that we could like to run your story, and an updated/edited version if necessary for your approval.
We Post Your Story
Your story goes live on the Voices Unfiltered website.
Thrive In Our Community
Become an active member in our community by joining our Facebook & Instagram pages, and engaging with our strong, impactful community!
Share Your Story With Us!
Check out our submission guidelines by clicking the button below.
Do you believe in the power of your story? Have you ever read someone’s words and felt that those exact words were what you needed to hear in this day? You have that power too! Your words, your story can impact someone’s day, state of mind, and maybe even save someone’s life. We want to hear it because we believe in your power.
It’s important that we share our experiences with other people. Your story will heal you and your story will heal somebody else. When you tell your story you free yourself and give other people permission to acknowledge their own story. ~Iyanla Vanzant