Dear Dr. Michelle:
When I was young, my uncle died. I was too young to understand but I’m pretty sure he died by suicide. Which I’d like to know more about but I don’t know how to ask because my family doesn’t talk about it at all. How can I broach the subject? And do these tendencies run in families?
Dr. Michelle K. Murray sits down with Marketing Manager Tera Girardin to answer your question via video! Dr. Michelle explains ways that you can approach the subject with your family in order for you to understand your uncle's death. She also discusses how depression can run in the family. See the full response below:
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