Suicide Hotline

A crisis hotline is a phone number people can call to get immediate emergency telephone counseling, usually by trained volunteers. Such hotlines have existed in most major cities of the United States at least since the mid-1970s. Initially set up to help those contemplating suicide, many have expanded their mandate to deal more generally with emotional crises. Similar hotlines operate to help people in other circumstances, including, but not limited to, rape victims, bullying victims, runaway children, human trafficking victims, and people who identify as LGBT, or intersex.
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    As a search marketer and (somewhat) decent human being, there’s something that’s been bothering me over the last few weeks, and even more so as reports are coming out that Google answer box results are now up more than ever. It’s the fact that Google claims they’re providing users with direct answers in SERPs to enhance the overall UX, however, for results that you would think ...

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