"In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about lifesavers on any body of water."
Almost like Romeo and Juliet, in this modern-day tale, a wife helped her husband commit suicide and then drank the poison herself so they could die "together."
Helping others feel better is a noble thing. However, sometimes you need to let people feel what they feel for just a moment, before telling them they should feel differently.
Talking about something runs a risk of familiarizing people with the topic. Not always for the better.
A reblog of a post that I wrote a year ago.
Every 1 minute, someone in the US attempts suicide. Every 17 minutes, someone "succeeds" at it. Approximately 2,000 people kill themselves daily throughout the world.