About Suicide Survival

According to the Centers for Disease Control, suicide is the 12th leading cause of death in the United States, In the year 2010, more people died of suicide than in car accidents. The total number of deaths from suicide in 2010 was 38,364. But for others, that’s not where the story ends. They are given a second chance. This is […]

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What Is a Physician Assisted Suicide Exactly?

For some, ending one’s life would seem a perfectly logical solution when faced with a painful and terminal illness. Today, mercy killing, is nothing new. Suffering and pain has always been a part of being human.  There has always existed the argument of mercifully ending the pain of those suffering from incurable illness or injury. Difference Between Physician Assisted Suicide […]

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Suicide Survivors

Stories of Suicide Survivors! There’s a disturbing trend among teens that gets inadequate coverage on a global scale. If the average person was asked to name the prime cause of teenage fatalities, few people would say suicide. However that’s the disturbing truth, more people between the ages of 12 and 24 die from their own hands than by any other means. […]

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Why Suicide Chat is Invaluable

Suicide chat is a form of intervention during a precarious thought process a young person goes through as they consider ending their own life. As parents, we don’t like to think of our children as being sad and miserable, but the reality is that teen years can bring much angst. To better understand the vulnerability of our young people, it […]

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Suicide Facts Parents Should Know

Suicide can be a frightening word to parents of teenagers. The challenge of raising a teenager in today’s world is hard enough without the added stress of worrying about their child’s risks of harming themselves. However, it is important that parents have awareness of suicide facts that may impact their teen. Suicide is the third leading cause of death for […]

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