An open dialogue about suicide may help your teens share their experiences, questions and concerns with you
Editor’s Note: September is National Suicide Awareness Month. Equip yourself to help prevent teen suicide in your church free online training from Focus on the Family at AliveToThrive.com.
When spouses stay alert to changes in each other, they can catch warning signs of possible mental health issues early on and seek the help they need.
An in-depth look at what factors may cause a teen to commit suicide.
When a person dies by suicide, the family and friends who survive them must find ways to cope and continue to honor their life.
We must be aware of what our kids are watching online and how it may impact them, especially in the case of the recent TikTok suicide video that has gone viral.
Being a mom can be rewarding and gut-wrenching, sometimes at the same time. Depending on the circumstances, this Mother’s Day may be one that you anticipate with fear, sorrow, or dread.
Focus on the Family has created Alive to Thrive to provide help and hope for parents and others who interact regularly with young people. This free resource provides practical suggestions for preventing and responding to suicidal thoughts and actions.
If you’re having suicidal thoughts because of coronavirus fears, help is available.
Suicide is a problem in the youth and young adult population. There is hope for healing when parents and others are intentional about providing help.