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Studies suggest that 80 percent of people who die from suicide give warning signs. Below is a list of warning signs as well as risk factors for suicide.
Friends, parents and family members must take action when they see the warning signs of depression.
Parents and teenagers in the Surviving the Teens program share their experiences with depression and suicide.
Debbie Brown, a mother who lost her son to suicide, talks about signs of depression. Kathy Winter, a mother, explains how parents can find the words to talk to their children about this issue. Luke talks about his struggle with depression, his treatment and how he is rebuilding his life. Sara shares her story and tells us how music and positive thinking helped her work her way back to a more positive place in life. Max shares his advice for other teens experiencing depression and suicidal thoughts.
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