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Fifteen percent of people who are clinically depressed die by suicide, according to Save.org.
Research has consistently shown a strong link between suicide and depression. Oftentimes, feelings of hopelessness can become so unbearable that a person may feel that the only way to escape is through suicide.
While depression can also bring along other symptoms, such as tiredness, physical aches and lack of energy, thoughts of suicide are of upmost importance and should not be ignored.
If you are depressed and are having suicidal thoughts, there are several steps you can take to cope.
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