Several days ago I sat with a group of adults who lost a colleague to suicide. As we talked about his death, several of the group started crying. Despite the passage of time, simply talking about him brought waves of grief. But unlike other causes of death, the group also felt guilt. Why didn't they know how depressed he was? Why didn't they see his pain?
Sadly, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United State. Over 45,000 individuals die of suicide yearly. It’s the 4th leading cause of death among adults between the ages of 35-45. Despite advances in the treatment of... Read More