NOT enough support. Not enough love.
More needs to be done for our youth with suicidal thoughts and tendencies.
Even the Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) has called for a suicide prevention programme to be put in place in all schools.
SOS, an organisation dedicated to suicide prevention, wants to do so to give students a better idea of the various resources available to them when they are feeling stressed, depressed or suicidal.
This comes hot on the heels of three recent youth suicides here.
What does the proposed programme entail? How can suicidal teens be helped?