Two approaches to stopping suicide

Adapted from an article titled “An imperfect, important approach” published in The Christian Science Monitor, September 5, 2016.

A dad I know was pals with his grown son. They would chat on the phone almost every day. On weekends, they would go target shooting. “We’d go to a range in the woods. It was fun and loud, plinking away at soda bottles and paper targets,” the dad recalls.

One morning, the son didn’t answer the phone. Hours went by. Finally, the dad drove across town in a snowstorm to his apartment. There he found him. And the gun. 

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