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For months, he helped his son keep suicidal thoughts at bay. Then came the pandemic

17 mins | Dec 5, 2020
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As much as one in four young adults have struggled with suicidal thoughts since the coronavirus hit. This worrying statistic has exposed and deepened every crack in America’s foundation — and when it comes to suicide prevention, the country’s system was already broken. In The Washington Post, William Wan examines the devastating implications of COVID for young people struggling with their mental health.
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