Regina man remembers father after Spade and Bourdain deaths

Regina man remembers father after Spade and Bourdain deaths

Researchers found that more than half of people who died by suicide did not have a diagnosed mental health condition. On Tuesday fashion designer Kate Spade was found dead in her New York City apartment.

His suicide death has people sharing their memories from that night.

Experts say this shows that mental health issues can affect anyone.

"Things like changes in behavior different from our normal so you know maybe not wanting to go out with friends anymore", Marx said. In less than a decade the rate of suicides in OH has gone up 36 percent meaning an average of about 5 people a day now die from suicide in Ohio.

The new report also found that, among US states and the District of Columbia, suicide rates varied fourfold in 2014-2016, from about 7 per 100,000 residents per year in Washington, D.C., to 29 per 100,000 residents per year in Montana.

Between 1999 and 2016, suicide increased across 49 states, with 25 of those seeing an increase by nearly a third, the CDC's Vital Signs report shows. Although we don't personally know them, with celebrities we feel like we know them.

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They say the recession, housing stress, relationship problems and substance abuse are all contributing factors to a recent increase in suicides. Train to become a listener for Caring Contact, where we answer the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. "There's just a lot of stigma around suicide and so we don't talk about it", Williams said.

The CDC says that more than 45,000 Americans age 10 and older dying by suicide in 2016.

"When you ask everybody and not just people you might suspect, you double the number you detect", he said.

"It's that personal connection to another person that may make the difference".

Henderson says decreasing these numbers will start by talking about mental health the same way we talk about physical health. "Being there for your friends and colleagues and family when they're going through a hard time can be quite important", Schuchat says.

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, self-harm, or is anxious, depressed, upset or needs to talk, call the 27/7 National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or text the crisis text line at 741-741. She has started a foundation in memory of her father called Jerry's Walk and she now serves as president of the board at the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation.

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