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“I thought suicide was my only option”

“I thought suicide was my only option”

After spending his teen years confused by his sexuality and battling depression, Ian Howley tells how he overcame three suicide attempts and found the strength to start living. September 2008

New School, New You

New School, New You

Even if your school doesn’t feature on your top ten list of favourite places, switching to a new one can be a massive wrench. Jenny Stevens explains how to make the move as painless as possible. September 2008

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