March 12, 2010
Teenagers today are more stressed than ever before " from the pressure to get into college to helping with family finances " and many find themselves at the breaking point. The alarming rise in the number of teens taking their own lives is leaving parents desperate for answers. Could you be missing cues that your child is in trouble? Dr. Phil gives you the warning signs and explains what you can do to help a teen on the brink.
Two Towns Engulfed By Tragedy
Diane Dimond, a journalist and author, and Natasha Brown, a reporter and anchor for KYW-TV, join Dr. Phil via satellite to discuss the recent rise in teen deaths by suicide.
Sharing His Struggles
When Jordan was 18, he says he attempted to take his own life. Now 20, he shares why he wanted to end it all and has a heartfelt message for other young people.