Suicide is a leading cause of death among teens. It is often linked to depression or other mood disorders and mental illnesses. It can be hard to predict who might attempt suicide, but there are signs to watch for if you think a friend or family member might be at risk. Behavioral changes such as withdrawing from social activities and giving away one's cherished belongings can be clues that someone might be considering suicide. Fortunately, there are many options for help, some of which are only a phone call away. It's important to understand the actions and patterns that warn of suicide and when to step in and offer a helping hand.
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