This first part of a two-part series helps young people understanding suicide; facts and statistics about teen suicide; why it happens; the myths and fallacies surrounding it; and the ways in which it affects family and friends. An ethnically diverse group of suicide survivors and family members of suicide victims participate in an open forum discussion, creating an environment where all involved can talk about their experiences and how suicide has affected their lives. Individual experts in teen suicide are also interviewed, complementing the discussion and providing concrete facts on suicide detection, action and prevention. A host serves to interface between the group and the experts. Part of the Teen Suicide: Finding the Will to Live Video Series.
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