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How to help those who have lost loved ones to suicide cope with grief during the holidays

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By Michael R Nadorff and Julie Cerel

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Thanks for publishing this article. Very helpful.

I"ve been through the 'Things would be better if.....' scenario. What a lie that was. I hung on and life is better than ever. Thank God.

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They just only teach the wrong things at schools nowadays compared to my time at schools a few decades ago. So it’s just simply an educational issue. If they would tell already the younger pupils such easy things like to value any life, including and especially own one and how extremely seldom out own and all known life forms here are in comparison to all those trillions of megatons of dead material flying in the outer space and whole universe, then most kids and adults would get the point and don’t do it, even if they might have such suicidal thoughts caused by difficult circumstances or diseases. Normally you get a feeling how very special, favored, extraordinary and what a super elite exemption you are as a human being compared to sand particles on Mars for example. Still might not become zero suicide cases, admitted, but surely massively decreasing could be observed, I am quite sure.

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They just only teach the wrong things at schools nowadays compared to my time at schools a few decades ago. So it’s just simply an educational issue.

Appallingly ignorant.

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