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Why Our Brains Love Babies


A brief and interesting educational video from AsapSCIENCE explains why people are hard-wired to find babies so cute.

In what's known scientifically as "baby schema," babies' elements and proportions come together to make them aesthetically pleasing to humans, and through our brain's reward system we are motivated to care for...
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Value from Suicide Attempts: The Way Forward


A powerful video sharing key recommendations in the report "The Way Forward: Pathways to hope, recovery, and wellness with insights from lived experience," prepared by the Suicide Attempt Survivors Task Force of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention.

This comprehensive report on suicide attempt survivors and suicide prevention is a major step in lived experience advocacy.

There will be a one hour tweetchat on Thursday, July 10 at 12:30 pm ET using the hashtag #WayForward. Suicide...
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Powerful Suicide Attempt Survivor Documentary


A Voice At The Table is a half-hour documentary featuring interviews with four healed suicide attempt survivors advocating for suicide prevention.

It's a powerful look at a topic that is too often overlooked: the knowledge of attempt survivors. With the work of these four activists and others, it's now more prominent.

Features Cara Anna of What Happens Now? and Talking About Suicide, Craig Miller, author of This is How it Feels, Dese'Rae Stage of Live Through...
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