September 10, is annually designated as World Suicide Prevention Day. Knowing the signs of someone contemplating suicide can help save a life and bring an end to the suicide epidemic.
According to the CDC, more than 2,300 youth in the U.S., ages 8 to 18, died by suicide in 2017. Learn more about ways for parents to take the first step on conversations about suicide.
The CDC has released for the second year in a row that the life expectancy of the average American is decreasing. One of the primary factors... suicide.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, know that you are not alone; there are a number of resources available to those in crisis. Learn more.
Does excessive use of social media have devastating consequences on teens and relationships? Dive in to this article featured in Parents & Kids Magazine and learn more.