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Survive: Paul

“The biggest thing was the sense of failure. It’s demoralizing.”

Junior Seau’s children settle with NFL over his 2012 suicide

The family of the late NFL star Junior Seau has settled its wrongful death lawsuit against the NFL over the popular San Diego linebacker’s 2012 suicide. The confidential settlement comes after his four children opted out of the court-approved NFL concussion settlement covering more than 20,000 retired players, which pays up to $4 million to the families of men like Seau, whose brains were posthumously found to have chronic traumatic encephalopathy, also known as CTE.

Suicide rates on the rise in Idaho, Mountain West

At the center of it all, doling out wristbands and comforting words, were siblings Kayla and Koby Gardner, who lost their brother Skyler to suicide in March. The Gardners organized weekly gatherings at the bridge each Thursday in September as part of a broader, ongoing effort by the Kimberly family to encourage open dialogue around mental health and suicide.

Suicide bomber targets Shiite students in Kabul, killing 48

A suicide bomber struck a private education center in a Shiite neighborhood of Kabul on Wednesday where high school graduates were preparing for university entrance exams, killing 48 young men and women and leaving behind a scene of devastation and tragedy.

Her 8-year-old son committed suicide and she says the Yakima Valley desperately needs treatment options for children

The rates of mental illness in young children statewide is hard to quantify as state mental health studies have focused on kids over age 12. Nationally, the most recent study done on kids under 12 found one out of seven U.S. children ages 2 to 8 had a diagnosed mental, behavioral or developmental disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

5 relatives dead in murder-suicide; 3 at Texas nursing home

Police were trying to determine a motive Saturday after they said a man fatally shot four family members at two locations, including his father and stepmother inside a Texas nursing home before killing himself there too.

Blast in Afghanistan’s Kabul kills 14, returning VP unharmed

A suicide bomber carried out an attack near Kabul’s airport in Afghanistan on Sunday killing 14 people, and narrowly missing the country’s vice president who was returning home after living in Turkey for over a year, security officials said.