Yorkville Resident Says Depression, Suicide Shouldn't Be Taboo Topics
Dennis Larson doesn't shy away from the topic of suicide. The Yorkville resident's father struggled with depression for several years before taking his life when Larson was 11 years old.
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#1 Sep 14, 2012
Indeed it should not be taboo to talk about depression and other mental health disorders because it may help save a life. Those who go through suicides are often unable to cope with their problems and extreme emotions which may lead them to killing themselves. If this problem is not something hard to talk about they might be able to open up to others and be saved. http://www.zoloftlawsuithelpcenter.com
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