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How to Talk About Suicide: A Compassionate Guide

The topic of suicide is undeniably sensitive and brings up feelings of discomfort and fear for many. However, discussing it openly is crucial for prevention. It's essential to approach the subject with tact, empathy, and understanding. This article aims to provide guidelines on how to discuss suicide respectfully and effectively.

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Donation to the Clare Foundation

Tangible Movement just made a donation today to sponsor an individual's sober living costs at the #ClareFoundation 🙌
We had a fantastic time talking to the students of Dorset Primary In Australia about social media and bullying.

Dorset Primary

We had a fantastic time talking to the students of Dorset Primary In Australia, about social media and bullying. See what the students had to say about our visit in their newsletter:
Living with Virtual Fatigue

Juliana Collins

in a time of physical isolation, confusion, and an incredible variation of other stressors, communicating with our loved ones is especially important, but what to do when more time at home means using those modes of communication (phones, computers) for work? For school? Or to just relieve pure boredom? Or to keep up with the changes that our society and world faces each day? When “normalcy” is absent, new boundaries most likely have to be implemented, even with those we love most.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Focus on Latinx Mental Health 9/15-10/15

Teresa Chapa, PhD, MPA

Raising awareness about the needs for mental healthcare for and among Latino communities alone is not enough. We must turn awareness into knowledge and knowledge into actions.
World Mental Health Day 10/10 - Global Online Advocacy Event


On World Mental Health Day, October 10th, the World Health Organization will, for the first time ever, host a global online advocacy event on mental health.
This Isn't New

Yolanda Lopez

I’m disgusted that Breonna Taylor was innocently killed while she peacefully slept in the “safety” of her home. I’m terrified for Black men and women in the South who go for a leisurely run through “neighboring” communities, only to be preyed, hunted and killed as Ahmaud Arbery was. I’m heartbroken that Aiyana Jones was brutally deprived of a longer life. I’m angry that George Floyd was blatantly asphyxiated by officers in uniform. I’m beside myself that Robert Muller was seemingly lynched in 2020. And I’m saddened by Riah Milton’s senseless murder and the phobia that drove it. 
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