Kevin Hines

Kevin Hines is a suicide prevention activist, a brain health advocate, author, and award-winning filmmaker. Since his suicide attempt off the Golden Gate Bridge in 2000, Kevin has dedicated his life to traveling the world sharing stories of hope, healing, and recovery from brain pain (as he calls it). He believes we need to shift the conversation from mental health to something much more tangible, something he’s been talking about for over twenty-two years—brain health. Brain health is as real as the hands in front of our faces, and it can no longer be ignored. This is the second book in a three-book series, which began with Kevin’s first book Cracked, Not Broken: Surviving and Thriving After a Suicide Attempt. Today Kevin travels the globe three-hundred-plus days a year teaching people the art of wellness, gratitude inside brain pain, and true resilience so they can survive it.

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