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Lessons from ‘A Star Is Born’ Compared to My Own Suicide Attempt

Words matter. Words have consequences.

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After surviving a suicide attempt, I fight depression and mental health taboos by writing about suicide prevention and asking troublesome questions regarding life. Let’s stop pretending it is sunny when it rains. And let’s deal with the rain.

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Dwade Kearns

Dwade Kearns

A #depression brought me to a suicide attempt. I fight taboos on Medium while working on my books. | #SuicidePrevention #WritingCommunity | #PenName

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