Black men must support each other
This is a re-edited version of the opinion column that ran in the July 3 issue of Share newspaper
By PAT WATSON
No sun will shine in my day today
The high yellow moon, won’t come out to play
I said darkness has covered my light,
And has changed my day into night,
Where is the love to be found (Lyrics “Concrete Jungle” – Bob Marley)
We have just come through a winter that has a special place in the climate record books, and with all the kind of fun waiting ahead – like Toronto’s Carnival-style festival – most people are soaking in the comfortable, albeit brief, respite.
But, if you are among the more than one in 10 persons experiencing a mental illness, it may not matter all that much. It may surprise some to grasp that people who are overcome with the anguish of depression or schizophrenia, or any one of a number of other mind disorders, in their attempt to find relief are more likely to commit suicide during the period when the weather is more tolerable.
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