Myths and facts to prevent suicide in teenagers


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8 Responses

  1. A very sensitive yet important topic.
    Good someone talked about it.

  2. Seeking help, reaching out to people and speaking your heart out – these are the things we really need to encourage. These things can save a lot of lives and families. Thank you for sharing such a great article! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. It is amazing and to the point. All the points you mentioned are correct except the professional help. I feel the depressed person only need the support and time of his or her love ones.

    • Geethica says:

      I agree Paresh but sometimes parents and loved ones realise later that their child is suffering from depression and in that case it’s important to seek professional help. It’s better for the child’s well being. Thanks

  4. You have chosen such a relevant and important topic. Indeed depression and suicide have become so frequent in people of all age groups that unless we make an effort to reach out and normalize mental health issues, the future would look very bleak.

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