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What to Know If a Loved One is At Risk for Suicide

How to talk about suicide

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Each year, over half a million people show up at emergency rooms because they are contemplating suicide, or have already hurt themselves. In the year that follows this visit, these people are at very high risk for completing suicide.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Mark D Rego

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Dr. Rego’s new book “ Frontal Fatigue. The Impact of Modern Life and Technology on Mental Illness” is available. Go to for more info.

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