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Two items caught my eye in yesterday morning’s Wall Street Journal. The first was an advertisement titled “Accelerating intelligent everything.” It was talking about “a new class of systems that computes and analyzes data where it lives – everywhere.” The second item was titled Scientists Study New Ways to Tell...read more
I found out my husband Matt died by suicide, five years ago, at 9:30 in the morning. I had just dropped off my 5-year-old son at school. Nobody in my life had ever died this way before. I was in shock. I had no idea what to do. My chief concern at that grief-stricken moment was what to tell my kindergartener at 3:30 when I picked him up from school.
Thanks to grief support services provided by the...read more
A new research study suggests that something as simple as regular, personalized letters following a short term of therapy can help individuals at risk of repeating an attempt at suicide. Swiss researchers tested the Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program (ASSIP) with approximately 120 people who had been hospitalized after attempting suicide.
The patients were divided into a control group receiving standard treatment (in-patient and out-patient) and an ASSIP...read more