‘Open dialogue’ is key in preventing teen suicide, expert tells TODAY
Jennifer Hartstein, a child and family psychologist, tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer that “open dialogue with your kids” is key in the wake of rising suicide rates among teenagers: “Don’t be afraid to ask them any questions.” She says that if you’re afraid that your teen’s smartphone could be contributing to a problem, take it away from them.
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