Suicide & Family The study of suicide has focused largely on those who choose to end their lives, and why. Now, researchers are beginning to focus on the family and friends left behind. Join host Neal Conan for a look at the hidden repercussions of suicide.

Guests:

Erica Goode
*New York Times science writer

Diane Middlebrook
*Author, Her Husband: Hughes & Plath -- A Marriage (Viking Press, 2003)

Herbert Hendin
*American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
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The study of suicide has focused largely on those who choose to end their lives, and why. Now, researchers are beginning to focus on the family and friends left behind. Join host Neal Conan for a look at the hidden repercussions of suicide.

Guests:

Erica Goode
*New York Times science writer

Diane Middlebrook
*Author, Her Husband: Hughes & Plath — A Marriage (Viking Press, 2003)

Herbert Hendin
*American Foundation for Suicide Prevention