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    Recently, I’ve been diving back in to teen books—many of which I actually read in my teenage years, and am revisiting now. One is the diary of a (fictional) sixteen-year-old boy whose best friend struggles with depression, and the character, Ducky, finds himself struggling with the warning signs, and over his diaries, physically saves his friend’s life more than once after he attempts to end his own life. Next week is National Suicide Prevention Week, and Saturday, September 10, is World Suicide Prevention Day. With inspiration from the Ducky books of the California Diaries series by Ann M. Martin, today we’ll tackle common questions about suicide—and what you can do to help someone who may be considering suicide. Read More
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    TW: Suicide
    Fact: Asking someone if they are contemplating suicide will not make it more likely that they will act on these thoughts.
    Fact: Suicide can be preventable if the right steps are taken.
    Fact: Those who have lost a friend or family member to suicide want the same support as anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one. [1]
    [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="288"]Sign for the suicide hotline on the George Washington Memorial Bridge, Fremont, Washington Read More
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