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Preventing Depression-Related Suicide

Separate the Myths from the Facts

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  • It's interesting reading this from a more "outside" view. I honestly don't remember a day where I haven't thought about death or suicide. I don't mind though because the psychology of it is fascinating to me. I like analyzing myself from various viewpoints.
  • Our town Lost a 12 year old yesterday. And school is out today. Please pray for our kids. Educators know that once one child does this others usually follow.
  • I lost my brother to suicide 18 months ago. I can't stop thinking about what I could have done differently. The signs were there,.But he convinced me at the time that he was feeling much better,. He was taking medication, was in a new relationship, had plans for the future, had lost weight and had started to excercise again.
  • I think everyone should take people serious when they threat suicide, knowing from personal experience that people are either truly thinking about it, or reaching out for help so they won't get to that point
  • RUNNING2DAY
    Depression and suicide are so much more prevalent in our schools than most people realize. Please take it seriously when someone you know (especially your own kids) reach out to you when they are suffering. They need your love and attention. Please don't ignore them!
  • CINDYLEELEE
    This is a horrible subject, but very helpful to me as a school employee. Thank you.

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