The Exchange
9:00 am
Mon December 15, 2014

How N.H. Schools Are Tackling Suicide

Credit Sarah Lousie / Flickr/CC

With almost fourteen percent of New Hampshire teens surveyed saying they’d considered taking their own lives, educators are increasingly focused on this, with programs that address mental health, substance abuse, cyber bullying, and sexuality. We’ll find out what some schools are doing, and the questions that inevitably come up.

This show was originally broadcast on 10/14/14.


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NH News
9:43 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Survivors of Suicide Loss Attend International Day of Healing

Diane McEntee, Allison Sharpe, Maureen Sloan
Sheryl Rich-Kern, NHPR


  This Saturday marks the 15th annual International Survivors of Suicide Day.

In New Hampshire, bereavement groups in Concord, Hampstead, Merrimack, Plymouth, and Keene will gather for an international teleconference on suicide loss. 

Local survivors will have a chance to tell their own personal stories and hear mental health experts discuss the latest research on suicide and grief.

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Word of Mouth
10:01 am
Thu September 19, 2013

The Rebranding Of Sylvia Plath

Credit Image courtesy Smith College

This year marks the 50th anniversary of poet Sylvia Plath’s death by suicide, the singular lens through which many readers and academics have viewed her life, writing, and marriage. Now, a new generation is re-discovering Plath from a fresh perspective, one not colored by her sad and macabre death. 

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