"They feel alone. They feel secluded. They feel like they have no one else. And they feel like failures if they aren't succeeding within school. And it breaks my heart that it gets to the point that some person would rather end their life than to live their life to get through the season."— Lea Speight
In this episode, we explore mental health and suicide prevention during COVID-19 with two university students, Lea Speight and Vivian Allen. Rebecca Hubbard, our director of Outreach, Prevention and Education, asks them insightful questions that reveal what it's like on campuses right now in these unprecedented times.
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