Sunday, June 26, 2022

After losing her son to suicide, Anne Moss Rogers is on a mission to help parents and teachers spot the signs. Her new book gives them the tools


Author Anne Moss Rogers, who lost her youngest son to suicide in 2015, is working to help teachers and parents identify young people who are at risk of suicidal episodes. ASH DANIEL

Anne Moss Rogers has lived through one of the most devastating experiences a parent can endure: Her 20-year-old son Charles, who suffered from depression and addiction, died by suicide in 2015. She speaks about it eloquently – and with brutal honesty – in her memoir, “Diary of a Broken Mind,” her TED talk, at speaking engagements and on her blog. Now she’s bringing mental health awareness and suicide prevention to schools with her new book, “Emotionally Naked: ...

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