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coupled with the report from Pennsylvania, she said, The vast majority of people who survive attempts or receive proper counseling do not return to extreme self-destructive behaviors. Likewise as a result of early development in the frontal lobe of the brain—which controls executive functions—teenagers may lack the judgment skills to properly address their own life circumstances or their own mental health and the factors that undermine itYoung people are likely to deal in absolutes even with with their own mental health Hinrichs said This rigid mindset doesn’t always cope well with the tumultuous changes of adolescence"A lot of kids and adolescents are black or white in their thinking" Hinrichs said during a phone interview "All or nothing Some of them are just more rigid than others in their thinking And that’s some of the things we cue into as therapists and have to work with especially when it comes to suicide"This rigid mindset and absolutes often manifest as certain phrases Hinrichs added—"I am damaged goods" "My family would be better off without me" or "Nobody cares about me" phrases that can sometimes seem casual in nature but are indicative of critical psychological distressIn keeping with their delicate stage of development Hinrichs said he always advises teenagers to avoid mind-altering substances such as alcohol or cannabis that can adversely affect short-term behavior or damage long-term cognitive growthWhile the stereotype of an at-risk child is one who’s bullied socially isolated and/or living in a dysfunctional home individuals struggling with these issues commonly come from another group: perfectionists The ever-driving pursuit of perfection can be rarely fulfilling and the difficult standards these people hold themselves to can be unforgiving Often Hinrichs said it’s the illusion of a well-adjusted put-together life that masks complexes as crippling as a traumatic pastMales femalesWhile it’s difficult to say whether males or females suffer from depression and suicidal ideation more statistically teenage boys are three to four times more likely to take their own lives than girls—largely a result of traditional values of masculinity which place a hollowed status on self-sufficiency stoicism and toughness often to the detriment of the boys themselves Hinrichs saidRusk echoed this sentiment noting suicides among freshman and sophomore boys are more common than other high school groups per her observationHowever there are shifting social mores on what’s acceptable said Hinrichs a 26-year veteran of mental health care who noted more than 50 percent of his clients are now maleAt the same time teenage girls made three times the attempts of teenage boys even though they’re less likely to succeed than boys Teenage girls are more likely to pursue "suicide gestures" Hinrichs said or reckless acts of self-harm that aren’t intended to go all the way but serve as a cry for helpSparking the conversationMultiple students at Brainerd High School said none of the counselors from outside sources are pervasively known within the student body and there isn’t a face to pin on the mental health services available to them"If my friends were feeling that way I would want them to open up to me so I would want to be educated so I can help them" said Emma Peterson a junior and the vice president of student council She added extending education on mental health issues beyond brief forays into the subject during freshman year would help mitigate the problemNoah Sundberg a junior at Brainerd High School said the issue of suicide and mental health care flares up after a suicide but subsequently dies down without real progress being made because the overarching conversation is shallow and uninformed"It’s a subject that we don’t know a lot about It’s talked about for about a week and a half two weeks after—like everything that happens it works for a little bit we talk about it and we get our feelings out there" Sundberg said "But after that three- to four-week mark it dies down as a heavy conversation and there’s definitely a long-term stigma"As a result of this stigma it’s difficult to speak candidly about issues of mental illness depression or suicide—whether it’s between students on a face-to-face basis or the discourse by the community at large Direct sincere conversations are what’s lacking most in the community’s response Sundberg said By coming together and being open and sincere solutions will start to present themselves"People overthink what the right thing to say is I think there’s a lack of education piece to it" Sundberg said "We don’t have meetings in the cafeteria or the gym where we have adults tell us about the warning signs and what to do and ways that kids with depression ask for help"When discussing strategies for therapy Hinrichs noted direct questions and forthright conversations specifying mental health are often the best way to get through to people in difficult straits—even some who try to shield others from their struggles by being withdrawn and uncommunicativeMind over matterHinrichs said the interconnected issues of depression anxiety and suicide all key aspects of the larger conversation of mental health are starting to come into the light and progress is being made—though he noted rural areas in greater Minnesota are lagging behind More than a lack of resources or access the stigma of mental health poses as a pressing concernUltimately the most significant issue barring progress for mental health in many areas is itself a mindset Hinrichs said and until people take it seriously these issues only look to get worse before they get better"My guess is that it’s going to get worse until we focus on it enough and put enough practical things in place pay enough attention to it in order to curb the tide and start bringing it around the other way" Hinrichs said "It’s certainly doable I’m pretty optimistic that it will happen But there’s still a lot of work to be done for that to happen"In the meantime students are reaching out and making an effort to engage each other in a meaningful way direct way With recent events still fresh and painful to remember students at Brainerd High School are considering the needs of everyone—even those who may seem the brightest and happiest among their peers senior Tim Whiteman said"You have to think of everyone as a whole not just the people you’d stereotypically think ‘That’s the person who might be suffering having a hard time’" Whiteman said "You gotta ask everybody You have to pay attention to who’s struggling You gotta talk to your friends You gotta really ask them—like ‘How are you doing’—and care"Get helpIf in a crisis or in need of help—or know of someone who is—call the Crisis Line and Referral Services at 218-828-HELP (4357) or 800-462-5525 The Crisis Line is answered by local trained volunteers 24 hours a day It is a free anonymous and confidential serviceHelp is also available through texting People who text MN to 741741 will be connected with a trained counselor who will help defuse the crisis and connect the texter to local resources The service helps people contemplating suicide and facing mental health issuesThey sold items they’ve been collecting from area familiesAll the money they raised will be sent to train teachers and buy books for students in Ethiopia"I think it’s great that we can stay here and do something that can help them like all the way around the world Cause I think they deserve the exact same privileges we do cause there are kids that need to read and grow up too” said 7th grader Morianna Llapa"Once they see that even just your time can make such a big difference to other people I think that’s an important thing for them to learn” said 7th grader Kavana JagadishThis is the eleventh year the school has held a fundraiser according to a study published by Clinical Psychology Science in November. Boss Mustapha. buses and roads as well as the potential of power supplies being hit. the U. "We have a high resolution agricultural camera on the International Space Station and Citation II and DC-8 weather-research jet aircraft. concluded the diplomat, relaying that Russia continues to deny interfering in the 2016 election and to repeat previously aired complaints about former FBI director James Comey and Trump’s Democratic opponent.

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