Articles
25 Reasons to Avoid Suicide

How to Comfort Someone Whose Child Has Died

Wanting to End Life

The Elephant

Teen Suicide: Is Your Child at Risk?

The Link Between Stress and Depression

Suicide: Triggers, Warning Signs, and How to Help

How to Communicate With Your Teenager  by Jan Andersen

Suicide - What You Should Know

How to Handle Schoolyard Bullying  by Jan Andersen

What Can I Do to Help Someone Who Maybe Suicidal?

How to Talk to a Child About Death

Helping Your Teen Deal With Depression

Suicide Linked to The Moon

Suicide in Youth  Recognition and intervention for suicidal students in the school setting.

Building Self-Esteem in The Child Who Feels Different  by Jan Andersen

The Terrible Teens  Book Review by Jill Curtis

Suicide is a Teenage Epidemic

More Than I Can Bear   An inspirational article by Skye Thomas with advice on what to do if someone says that they are feeling suicidal.


"Grief is like the wind. When it's blowing hard, you adjust your sails and run before it. If it blows too hard, you stay in the harbor, close the hatches and don't take calls. When it's gentle, you go sailing, have a picnic, take a swim."

Barbara Lazear Ascher in Landscape Without Gravity: A Memoir of Grief
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