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How Trying to 'Have It All' Has Put Women -- and Their Mental Health -- at Risk

Post by Stephanie Booth. With suicide rates sadly on the rise, it's time we have a serious discussion on what we should know -- and what we can do to help those who are struggling. "Suicide rates are slowly increasing among all adults," notes Daniel J. Reidenberg, PsyD, executive director of SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education), a national nonprofit working to prevent suicide and help suicide survivors.
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