One Conversation Can Change a Life
Now more than ever, it’s important to show the people in our lives that we’re here to support them if they need help.
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In this video, Bark chief parent officer Titania Jordan sits down with Chris Taylor, a marriage and family therapist, to talk about suicidal ideation, mental health, and digital technology.
At Bark, we know first-hand just how urgent it is to offer support and guidance to help prevent suicide. The issue can seem difficult to grasp, but every statistic represents real people who need help:
“Thank you! I can’t explain how grateful I am to Bark for the self-harm/suicide notification. My son googled the suicide prevention hotline number to give to a friend that was struggling. Because of Bark, it opened up a line of communication with him. We were able to talk through it and I could provide him with the tools to reach out and help his friend.” — Bark Parent