Link – Help Stop Tragedy: 7 Tips for Suicide Prevention Awareness

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“According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), “Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people ages 10-24 … [it] is often the result of mental health conditions that affect people when they are most vulnerable.”

Many of us assume that suicide could never happen to someone we love … but sadly, it happens every day. In fact, suicide was the 10th leading cause of death for all ages in the United States in 2013. It’s a serious issue that affects millions, and it’s time for us to take action.”

It has been beyond time to do something. We are losing far too many good people to untreated mental illness. I know a lot of people who have either lost someone they love, or made attempts themselves. (Including me once upon a time.)

We need to do better. We need to get people the support they need.

http://www.theclearingnw.com/blog/help-stop-tragedy-7-tips-for-suicide-prevention-awareness

  1. Linda Butler
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    I think it’s great news for mental health I’m a mum off 5and iv fond myself in mental health du to stres feel along don’t won’t to tell in cause others think I’m mad but I come close myself but was luck my dr was able to see things was not well and she got me on talking it was hard I won’t lie I always say you empty your hand badge out and the 1 hours up that I find hard as at time you need more time to feel safe to talk about .some off the dreadfully thing going around in your head .at time I felt unsave wene I leaved my dr as it’s not easy ,to bring out the truth about how you really feel ?part off you is sad angry and not sure what way to turn I find one hour some times you need more time to find the guts to tell your dr fear she’s think bad iff you as a mother it’s not nice to feel out off control off your self Linda

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