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The Wall Street Journal
2 days ago

As suicides rise in the U.S., more attention is turning to the struggles of the people left behind. New research shows just how severe the aftermath is—and that it is different from other kinds of loss. https://on.wsj.com/2P9T8jn 

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    Oh it’s all that and more

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    https://zee.gl/0jLDm 

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    Am I the only one who thinks it’s a bad idea to tell suicidal folks how unhappy it’ll make other people? Depression means they can’t find THEIR OWN happiness and now you want them to be the custodian of SOMEONE ELSE’S? Someone else who is apparently only happy when they are not?

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    Left behind 2019 is Not left behind 1990. Big majority left behind in the meantime. So, it's Not on left behind but on the minority who escapes taking all the benefits w/o making a noteworthy contribution.

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  • Replying to @WSJ @mikiebarb

    After a family member dies of a suicide..you live with ‘if only’ and ‘why’ for the rest of your life. Forty-two years later when you’re looking through family pictures someone is always missing... and you keep finding yourself visualizing one more chair at the table.

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    Samobujstwa głównie biorą się z problemów którymi obarcza człowieka życie jest potrzebna pomoc psychologiczna i w rozwiązywaniu problemów które ma i edukacja w szkołach by im zapobiec większość jest robionych pod wpływem alkoholu lub substancji psychoaktywnych

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    The key word is hope.

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    @realDonaldTrump @USUN @OAS_official US foreign policy, the OAS and UN are failing to prevent the Extermination Campaign underway in Venezuela at the hands of the illegitimate Castro regime. An invasion by organized crime is sweeping the hemisphere. Civilians are dying

    @realDonaldTrump @USUN @OAS_official US foreign policy, the OAS and UN are failing to prevent the Extermination Campaign underway in Venezuela at the hands of the illegitimate Castro regime. An invasion by organized crime is sweeping the hemisphere. Civilians are dying

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  • Replying to @WSJ

    How about the pussification of society has eliminated thick skin and made everyone ultra sensitive so when real life punches them in the face they don't know how to punch back

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