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If you think your teen is in immediate danger, take him or her to the emergency room or call 911, your local emergency number or a suicide hot line number — such as the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.
If you suspect that your teen might be thinking about suicide, talk to him or her immediately. Don't be afraid to use the word suicide. Talking about suicide won't plant ideas in your teen's head. Ask your teen to talk about his or her feelings and listen carefully. Don't dismiss his or her problems or get angry. Instead, reassure your teen of your love. Remind your teen that he or she can work through whatever is going on — and that you're willing to help.
Warning signs of teen suicide might include:
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