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Message of '13 Reasons Why' deeply concerns Utah mom who lost child to suicide
“I feel like we’ll be cleaning up after this show for a while,” Warburton blogged, describing how she spent “a good two years finding out that my Hannah’s friends felt responsible and setting the record straight.
Senator Hatch holds SP Rountable
Senator Hatch hosts a suicide-prevention conference. Laura Warburton is invited to participate.
Experts warn against popular Netflix series '13 Reasons Why'
“13 Reasons Why.” The Huntsville, Utah, woman had heard about the show from many people recently. But what she saw left her feeling sick. “I was devastated,” Warburton said. “I felt horrible after watching it.”
How to curb Utah's Teen Suicide
“Laura Warburton’s daughter, Hannah, killed herself in 2014. At the roundtable Friday, Warburton said life skills, such as resilience, need to be addressed in schools to help curb the rate of suicide.”
Fox News covers Senator Hatch's Roundtable - Video
Hatch brought lawmakers and suicide prevention experts together for the teen suicide prevention roundtable, and they all agreed suicide affects everyone in some way. For Laura Warburton, it was her daughter Hannah.
Workshop trains participants for suicide safeTALK - Standard Examiner
In a safeTALK suicide prevention workshop, participants learned about suicide prevention.
Live Hannah's Hope Strives To Empower Youth - Prevent Suicide
Hannah Warburton in her Snowcrest Junior High student-body officer sweater. Hannah died of suicide in 2014. Her mother, Laura, now runs a non-profit called Live Hannah’s Hope.
Lawmaker teams with Huntsville mom to push suicide prevention bill
Woman offers hope through anti-suicide non-profit - Standard Examiner
“Suicide is an epidemic,” Warburton said. “The culture of shame that impedes the critical discussion of emotional and mental illness among our youth has to change.” Hopelessness is the basis for suicide, Warburton said.
Utah moves forward with suicide prevention - Standard Examiner
“Last year over 500 Utahns took their own lives,” said Herbert. “Suicide is the leading cause of death for our youth, ages 10 to 17.”