Suicide in the mountains: Communities work to reduce the stigma

21st September, 2014 by

By Lauren Glendenning

This is the first part in a four-part series looking at suicide, drug and alcohol addiction and mental health resources in the mountains. Molly Fiore thought she wanted to kill herself — she had the thought many times throughout the course of 20 years. When she couldn’t seem to make herself do it, she would sink even deeper into her depression. “I would think, ‘I’m a coward, I can’t even kill myself,’” she said. One night at home in Vail about five years ago, she made the decision. She didn’t know how she would kill herself, but she knew she …

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