Teen Suicide by Patricia Fagan

An all too common problem. There is help out there for people who need it. Talking to a stranger may be more beneficial than talking to someone you know in regards to any kind of situation you find yourself in.

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I came home to find my son very disturbed about his friend’s sister whom at the young age of 14, committed suicide. Two weeks later, another friend ended his life at the age of 17. It seems like the more people you talk to about teen suicide, their stories become so eerily familiar.

I asked my son about his friend and if there were any signs contributing to his actions? He knew he was having difficulty with his grades and was a little socially awkward. There were no other clues to signify his behavior. All of his other friends believed he was generally a happy kid dealing with life’s challenges and problems.

What in the world is going on with our youth? There life is just beginning and yet there is a feeling of hopelessness, pain and frustration. Our teens are living troubled lives and there are no boundaries as…

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