Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Medical | By Marta Holmes

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Schumer said. "The terrible deaths of these well known people, Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdan, should be a wake up call".

Draper said calls to the lifeline can spike following celebrity suicides because of a "collective sense of loss that many people feel".

Men die by suicide 3.53 x more often than women. Suicide does not discriminate - even for those with wealth, power, success, loving families and a seemingly ideal life.

When Robin Williams died in 2014, the world reacted similarly. The comedian's image was everywhere, details of his untimely passing spawned countless news articles and think pieces. In both cases, officials said that suicide was the likely cause of death. "Being bipolar is another example, people just become so manic or so depressed that they will eventually have suicidal thoughts", said McNeil.

Celebrity suicide is particularly complicated.

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In the past, suicide touched my life as well.

The outbreak prompted the novel to be banned in several European locations.

Some television shows tackle the issue of suicide such as Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" by showing the emotional roller coaster leading up to a suicide, but unlike on such shows, not everyone experiences such egregious trauma. "Calls jumped 25% in the two days after her death, compared with the same period the previous week".

"Searches for precise suicide methods increased after the series' release", wrote the study's authors, while also noting that it was unclear whether an increase in searches equals an increase in actual suicide attempts (though there's typically a correlation between the two). Further triggering, she says, is the constant barrage of instant reporting on a suicide. TSPN is also available to provide free suicide prevention or awareness trainings across the state; to request a training visit our website (http://tspn.org/request-training-now).

Published June 7, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.) study analyzed data collected by states on deaths from 1999-2016.

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"These findings are disturbing".

Yes, mental illness does have something to do with some suicides, but the CDC reported that in the 27 states that use the National Violent Death Reporting System, 54 percent of suicides were among people with no known mental health condition.

"Our data show that the problem is getting worse", said Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director of the CDC.

The MMWRreport includes suggestions for suicide prevention, which include "broader implementation of affordable and effective treatment modalities" for people with mental health and substance abuse issues, as well as comprehensive suicide prevention programs, from strengthening economic support such as housing stabilization, teaching coping and problem-solving skills, especially in early life, and promoting social connectedness.

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