Monthly Archives: November 2014

Spreading a Different Courage

Think back to this time last year. A little story was lurking somewhere behind Kim Kardashian breaking the internet. We simply weren’t paying it much attention. In fact, the “little story” was only the largest Ebola epidemic in human history, … Continue reading

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America Shrugs: A Glimpse into the Future of Suicide

In order to catch a glimpse of the future of suicide prevention, perhaps it would be helpful to visit the past, a time when our nation was first complacent, then went to war. So many deaths of people in the … Continue reading

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