An Intervention In Childhood Could Prevent ‘Deaths Of Despair’ In Adulthood

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Dean Nancy Guerra is quoted in a Forbes article about preventing despair. In it, she said building strong relationships and learning how to recognize and cope with emotions can create a well-adjusted person.

“If you're well-adjusted, you're probably less likely to have suicidal ideation. You're less likely to engage in unhealthy behaviors like drinking and smoking,” she said. 

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