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Cemetery Fills Up With Grieving Teenagers. When You See Why They’re There? Heartbreaking…

August 2, 2016 - By admin

I think it would be a great feat if no young adult ever had to go to a funeral. Funerals are something that you never want to have to go to, and the first one is always the scariest because it’s a new, heartbreaking and shocking experience for everyone.

This is why I believe that the longer you get to wait to have to go to one, the better.

The problem is that many teens are suffering from depression and other issues that are going unnoticed.

What that leads to? Teenage suicide.

The teenage suicide rates in the U.S. have jumped tremendously since the ’80s and ’90s, and the community of Severna Park decided to raise awareness about it.

There are so many ways that you can help someone, and the first step is to talk about it. Suicide is a real thing, and teenagers should be noticed and helped if they’re going through something that could ever make them think of ending their lives.

It’s not something anyone wants to talk about or hear about, but in order to stop it, you have to notice it, raise your voice, raise awareness, and help everyone and anyone who needs it.

If you notice someone hasn’t been themselves, seems down a lot, isn’t being reliable or present, speak to them about it.

Sometimes, all someone really needs is a listening ear, or someone to show they care. Thanks to filmmaker Dan Gvozden, we have a video that can spread the word about this.

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