Nov. 8, 2019 – Victoria Sweeney, of the AFSP Delaware Chapter, shares her first experience of a “lightbulb moment” when discussing how we talk about suicide to the Delaware State Bar Association, explaining why we no longer use the word “commit” when discussing a death by suicide to expand a larger point on how the words we use to discuss the topic can change the way we perceive the issue entirely.
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