Myth: Most suicides occur with little or no warning.
Myth: You shouldn't talk about suicide with someone who may be at risk because you could give them the idea.
Myth: People who talk about suicide don't actually do it.
Myth: A suicidal person clearly wants to die.
Myth: Once people attempt suicide, they will never do it again.
Myth: If a person has been depressed and suddenly seems to feel better, the danger of suicide is gone.
Myth: Most suicides are caused by one particular traumatic event.