advice i never wanted to give

i read with interest the powerful new york times op-ed recently by the stand-up comedian adam cayton-holland, about the death of his sister lydia, by suicide.

as someone who has struggled with suicidal ideation in the past, and has had friends die of suicide, i strongly suggest you read it, and leave a reply below.

cayton-holland described his sister’s suicide as a “train that barreled through my house,” and now he’s trying to be honest about the damage and pain it caused him.

regards,

philip albert lederer m.d.

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