Blog

Blog Entries - 'Suicide prevention'

men reach out

real men reach out

September 16, 2019  |  men, Suicide awareness, Suicide prevention

It's not just happening in the U.S. Men die by suicide in greater numbers across many countries. In Canada, for example, more than 3700 men died by suicide in 2011, and the numbers haven't been kinder since. The

read more …
men and suicude

men and suicide

Men are good at a lot of things (so are women, by the way). But one area they've outshined women across Warren and Clinton Counties isn't the best. That area is suicide completions. By far, men have been more

read more …
men and suicide prevention

men and mental health

There's no denying that mental health issues affect men and women. And research indicates that mental illnesses affect women at a higher rate than men. But when it comes to getting help, men just don't do it well.

read more …
suicide prevention

Waynesville High students shine light on suicide prevention

Some students at Waynesville High School are on a mission of caring. Working with Guidance Counselor Cathy Joefreda, the kids set out to help their classmates learn to identify signs of suicide and how they can talk

read more …
friends care and help prevent suicide

Text or Call, Someone's Ready to Listen

It was a rough week last week. We lost two great talents - one from the fashion world, the other from the culinary arts. Yet, the deaths by suicide of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have - if anything good is to come

read more …
13 Reasons Why series on Netflix

'13 Reasons Why': Parents and Kids Need to Talk About the Series

Season 2 of the widely discussed Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" is out, and - like the first season - is generating a lot of discussion. This time around, it seems to be starting out with a more positive tone. You

read more …