https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/suicide-rate-america-white-men-841576/ This is something I don't think gets discussed enough. I've also been seeking treatment for depression, and suicidal thoughts. I've had a couple of scares and I've been incredibly lucky. And while my life is on paper, fucking awesome, living in my own head is a never-ending struggle. And again, I'm cosmically fucking lucky. I think the main contributor to this is isolation. And increasingly, we are isolated. We throw so much more of our lives into work that is an artificial form of connection and the "real" forms of connection: church, family, social bonds that form in childhood are all declining. I'm curious how people view this, how people deal with it and whether or not people think this is changing.