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Teen Suicide

Information for Parents about Teen Suicide. Statistics, Warning Signs, and Action steps.


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Depression a factor in teen suicide; she would not have wanted bulliers ... - Journal Times

Depression a factor in teen suicide; she would not have wanted bulliers ... - Journal Times | teen sucide | Scoop.it
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Teen Suicide Prevention

In this video created by Mayo Clinic, teens describe common signs that a teen is considering suicide and provide encouragement for communicating directly and...
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What is Going on With Our Teens? Teen Suicide & Violence - Huffington Post

What is Going on With Our Teens? Teen Suicide & Violence - Huffington Post | teen sucide | Scoop.it
What is Going on With Our Teens? Teen Suicide & Violence
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I have been following teen trends for almost three decades. I follow the research.

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Jonathan Holly's curator insight, November 8, 2013 3:48 PM

teens are texting hotlines at astonishing rates. So, there's something to this. One notion is, the pain has always been there; it's just that social media and public profiles make it much easier for them to express themselves and our society, accustomed to hearing from them much less frequently, is feeling overwhelmed. 

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Link made between cyberbullying and teen suicides often overshadows mental health issues: experts

Link made between cyberbullying and teen suicides often overshadows mental health issues: experts | teen sucide | Scoop.it
As the issue of cyberbullying increasingly receives more and more attention, experts warn that linking cyberbullying and teen suicide oversimplifies the issue, as more complex sets of mental health issues are usually at play in many cases.

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