High School Friends Commit Suicide Days Apart

The two teenage girls from Olathe, Kansas, killed themselves in separate incidents.
1:13 | 11/11/14

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It's a dark day for students it only the northwest. It's just have been breaking apart this community peace and peace Jessica cylinders left school after learning to classmates took their own minds over the weekend. Seeing so many people so heartbroken. Things absent against me. She and others came to life church generally just find peace in this moment of crisis. Pastors here over at northwest guiding teens do their hurt Monday BS considered just leaving the school from that are. When the talk in song that just won't from the thing. The principle here asks parents to have a difficult conversation with their kids. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among kids and young adults. Child psychologist Marty Barnard's studies youth depression. The parents need to know that they need to be there and not say oh we can't talk about it but. To be there and to talk about this loss. And she says remember. And it's no one's fault no one telling us what happened enough cases. What I hope is that the fans and don't blame them out.

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