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Myths About Suicide

In May 2007 a young woman in Oklahoma died of a gunshot wound to the head. Whether it was self-inflicted or not was not apparent. Her family hoped to...
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Addictions

Suicide and the Military

When someone commits suicide, it’s a tragedy. When we are losing more soldiers to suicide than to the Afghanistan war, it’s a tragic epidemic. In June of 2010, there...
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Tipper Gore on Mental Illness

Speech given at Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry Dartmouth Hitchcook Medical Center Thursday, January 14, 1999 Good afternoon and thank you, Dr. Silberfarb for the kind introduction It’s great...
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Depression Is Contagious

Essentially a self-help book for ordinary people who may be looking for ways to overcome depression, Michael D. Yapko, #8217;s Depression Is Contagious also offers those in the mental...
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Women and Violence

The impact of violence against women is too often masked by silence. Its continuation depends on silence. Distance keeps us safe and unless one personally experiences violence or knows...
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