Driving Out Suicide with Gabe Nathan: Engaging Story Telling to Help Fight Suicide

Katie Greer


September 17, 2021

TW: Suicide

Jen Libby, CEO and founder of Promly, sat down with Gabe Nathan to discuss all things mental health. Gabe Nathan shared some of his own mental health struggles, and shared when and how he realized he needed to reach out for help. He shared many stories from his life growing up that evoked a lot of strong emotions from the audience; sadness, hope, happiness, anger, anticipation, courage and more. Today, he aims to break the stigma of mental health and suicide by talking about it, and, more importantly, by driving his “Herbie” Love Bug. He is “driving out suicide” with his Love Bug. He is bringing attention to suicide, and his car and his mission serve as a catalyst for other people to actually start talking about mental health and suicide. Please check in on your friends and family and ask them how they are doing, and please check in on yourself as well. If you or a loved one are in crisis, please call 1-800-273-TALK to connect with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Check out these links below for more information on Gabe Nathan and his mission:

Instagram: @lovebugtrumpshate






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We are always interested in hearing from others who are an advocate for mental health and suicide, or who want to share their own story. Please email info@promly.org if you’d like more information.

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Katie Greer

Katie Greer (she/her) is a recent graduate from Trinity College where she majored in Psychology and minored in Writing, Rhetoric and Media Studies. She was a member of the swim team at Trinity, and a captain her senior year. Currently, Katie is working for Promly as a Marketing and Project Coordinator! She is planning to go to graduate school next fall to get a Masters of Social Work.