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Teen suicides are on the rise. Here’s what parents can do to slow the trend.

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When it comes to mental health, tweens’ emotions and behavior can baffle parents, educators — and even themselves. On top of that, there’s plenty of confusion and disagreement over where a parent’s role ends and the school’s job begins. But with suicide rates spiking among 10- to 14-year-olds, nobody should be operating in isolation. In this Washington Post article, Phyllis shares several ways parents and educators can combine forces to bolster kids’ resilience and build a stronger safety net.

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