To Win the War on Suicide, You Have to Talk About It

Psychologist Yossi Levi-Belz has dedicated his life to stopping people from committing suicide. He explains why, although it is every person’s right to end their life, suicide can and must be prevented – even when the point of no return seems to have arrived

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Ronen Tal
Ronen Tal

The first time Yossi Levi-Belz lost someone dear to him through suicide was during basic training. And the person who chose to end his life was not a fellow soldier who buckled under the pressure, but the individual he admired most in the whole world.

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