Suicide-attempt survivors go public in hope of aiding many at risk

Suicide-attempt survivors say their very existence proves there is productive life and hope beyond despair. Many were heartened earlier this month when the country’s oldest suicide-prevention organization — the 46-year-old American Association of Suicidology — announced at its annual meeting the creation of a division representing suicide-attempt survivors and people who have considered suicide.

Suicide-attempt survivors go public in hope of aiding many at risk