Suicide Prevention on USA Today
- Op-ed: Families of soldiers lost to suicide deserve letters of condolence
Non-profit founder speaks out.
- College programs address suicide and 'send silence packing'
Send Silence Packing is an in-your-face, on-campus program to start a student dialogue about suicide, the second-leading cause of death among college students.
- Archive: Mark Ballas' 'Dancing With the Stars' journal
An archive of Mark Ballas' older Dancing With the Stars blog postings.
- Parenting Part II: Know when your teen is sending signs of depression
While bullying may push a teen over the edge, most who kill themselves also exhibit signs of mental illness.
- Sidewalk chalk art conveys message of love
Gay, lesbian and transgender campus support groups sought to raise awareness about suicide through the "You Are Loved Chalk Message" project.
- Why the holiday suicide myth persists
Perpetuating the commonly held notion that suicides increase during the holidays may not be so benign; it could even help cause harm.
- Suicide prevention groups protest 'The Office'
Some suicide prevention groups aren't laughing over a scene in The Office in which Steve Carell's character tries to scare young children by struggling in a hangman's noose.
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