Suicide is known to be the third leading cause of death among teens.
Over the years, depression has been described as if someone is pulling a shade over a person’s eyes letting no light in. The sadness can be overwhelming, but there is hope – and help.
A suicide prevention hotline in Minnesota is receiving as many cell phone text messages from teenagers in one day as it formerly got from phone calls in a month.
by KYW’s Dr. Marciene Mattleman The US Department of Education’s summit on anti-bullying last month in Washington DC brought to light that school administrators lack agreement about what constitutes bullying. While 43 states have laws […]
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