I have browsed through the 'suicide-prevent-draft' and I must comment on its thorough and very well written strategy.
It defines terminology for easy reference and logical structure of Goals, Targets, Measure, Practical Application and Feedback.
I am particularly impressed with the way the vision exemplifies the people; the experience of the here and now but impacts an objective of the future.
I can only extend on what has already suggested; 1. The family, 2. Shaming and 3. The future.
The issue of sexuality is critical when individuals are somewhat confused with themselves.
Going outside from the safety of the home leaves one vulnerable to the elements. At the same time, it is not healthy for one to stay protected inside. One has to learn how to survive and move on with his/her live.
That is why individuals have to know who they are, how they function and what they want. They have to be strong, confident and go about themselves without harming others or themselves.
It is a long process subject to trials and error but valuable lessons necessary for survival. That is why a strong family is a safe base for growing up.
I suggest reading principles of ID including the 'self' and 'mode' of behaviour for necessary changes. I did have these articles in the archive but my website has been missing a couple of times over time and I had to start all over again.
Anyway, there is one principle that makes a big difference. You have to learn to forgive. You might laugh at this but believe me it has been proven to work. I know it's easier said than done especially when you are angry. When you are in the height of angry feelings, the last thing you would want to do is to forgive someone.
That's why it's best to learn about Forgiveness when you are a little less angry. Forgiveness is learning about yourself. When you forgive someone, you are in fact forgiving yourself. How? Well the fact is if you don't forgive, the issue of your concern remains raw in your heart. It brews hatred and bad thoughts that tempt you to act harmfully in revenge or to pay back but mostly to restore your (false) pride.
Some people put ideas in your head to make you react the way they want you to. You see, they will drive you crazy without saying or doing anything directly. And soon enough you are suspected to be ill.
When you have learned about forgiveness, compassion and love come naturally. You just know it. And soon you will begin to see an objective purpose in your life. It is the beginning of positive thinking and confidence in yourself.
You will feel good about yourself when you have done good just as feeling confused when do bad. It impacts on your emotions and your positive aura is picked up by those around you.
When someone blames you for whatever and you know you are not guilty, learn to let go even if you get punished for it. You will learn a great deal about yourself when you help someone else. You can also help someone else by letting them help you.
Keep on practising the above principles until it becomes natural and no longer afraid.