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Why You Should Stop Saying ‘Committed Suicide’
The phrase is stigmatizing in a lot of outdated, insensitive ways.
Suicide And Stigma: It’s Complicated!
Victor Schwartz MD
Chief Medical Officer at The Jed Foundation
By Victor Schwartz M.D., Chief Medical Officer, JED and Dan Reidenberg Psy.D., Executive Director, Suicide Awareness Voices
Impacted by Suicide, Our Foundation Opens Fund to Help
The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation Supporting Young Global L...
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Staying Healthy After Losing Someone to Suicide
Author and journalist
According to one study, sighing serves as a mental and physical reset button and may bring some relief. Such relief is sorely needed for those grieving a suicide. The mental and physical toll can be detrimental if we don't find our way onto a path toward healing.
Suicide Isn't Contagious; We Need to Talk About It
Mental health blogger at MadGirlsLament.com, reader, writer, t...
It's not that we shouldn't talk about suicide because we're afraid it'll be contagious, but we need to know HOW to talk about it. We need to be sensitive to our audience. We need to be considerate of other people's experiences. We need to be kind and understanding.
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