I feel compelled to post this for some reason. Depending on what online article I read this is either nation suicide prevention month, week, or national suicide prevention day is coming up. At work, we lost a co-worker. I had little interaction with her, but I find it incredibly sad. She did not seem overly outgoing at work, but not many of us do. Just a few people that we talk to on a daily basis. Looking at her social media profiles, she had tons of friends outside of work. Not just online friends, but weekly pictures of her going out with them, and working out with them. She was very into fitness. She was even out with friends the night on her last night. She was a military veteran. I found a brochure amongst her work stuff about an organization that helps military vets integrate back into society. No one saw this coming of course. I think it could be said that anyone and everyone is willing to help someone in need. If she had reached out, or if we knew to reach out to her, we would have helped in whatever capacity we could. Just putting this out there unsure of its purpose or clear message. I know some here have lost family members to suicide as well. Sometimes you just don't know what someone is going through.