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Initiatives offer suicide survivors a forum to tell their stories

Dese’Rae Stage sits next to a couple of her portraits of fellow suicide survivors, part of the “Live Through This” project. Survivors of attempted suicide across the United States are volunteering to be part of the project by the Brooklyn-based photographer. (Mary Altaffer/The Associated Press)
Dese’Rae Stage sits next to a couple of her portraits of fellow suicide survivors, part of the “Live Through This” project. Survivors of attempted suicide across the United States are volunteering to be part of the project by the Brooklyn-based photographer. (Mary Altaffer/The Associated Press)
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NEW YORK — They look intently at the camera, some impassively, some with smiles, all of them aware that they’ve just shared with an online audience a most personal story: Why they tried to kill themselves. By the dozens, survivors of attempted suicide across the United States are volunteering to be part of a project by a Brooklyn-based photographer, Dese’Rae Stage, called “Live Through This” — a collection of photographic portraits and personal accounts. It’s ...


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