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Today is World Suicide Prevention Day.

Each year, 800,000 people die by suicide, according to the World Health Organisation.

That is one person every 40 seconds.

Stats from the United States show that there are roughly 25 attempts for each suicide.

Suicide its the 15th leading cause of death globally with the suicide rate.

With these sort of statistics in mind, World Suicide Prevention Day aims to reach out to anyone struggling by opening up the conversation.

Here are seven things you should know:

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