Suicide is every parent’s worst nightmare. Any loss is devasting, but a sudden, unexpected suicide can leave so many unanswered questions in its wake.
Fortunately, parents pay a critical role in their teen’s mental health—and there are many simple ways to support a child who is struggling. Hope, help and resources are available! Don’t wait another day to help your teen achieve better mental health.
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Suicide is not something anyone wants to think about, let alone talk about. I have spoken often with despondent parents whose worst nightmare has become reality—their child has expressed thoughts of suicide.
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