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March 03, 2016

The Pains of Suicide Should Never Be Kept In The Closet
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In recent years the suicide rate has increased by leaps and bounds in our country. Suicide, like other negative actions, know no boundaries for who it can affect, socially, economically, age and ethnic groups. Statistics states that the age of 10 to 24 group, 81% of the suicide deaths were male and 19% were female and it is the second leading cause of death (2013 CDC WISQARS). Suicide attempts are happening within our military families after serving time for our country. From a cultural standpoint, for example, the LGBT community have a higher suicidal rate than the heterosexual peers and Native American/Alaskan youth have the highest rates of suicide-related fatalities (jasonfoundation.com). From a social standpoint, cyber bullying plays a huge role in individuals attempting to or committing suicide. Please join me and my guest Reginald C. Campbell and Sande Roberts for this educational and informative conversation.
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Put It All on the Table: The Pains of Suicide
Guests Reginald Campbell and Sande Roberts discuss the difficult issue of suicide, and the warning signs you need to be aware of in your loved ones.
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We Need To Talk About Suicide
To all those who left the theatre of life during intermission instead of waiting until the final curtain. And, to all those left behind to ponder why.