Give It All {teen suicide}






Grammy Award winning band Train recently premiered their brand new music video for their single "Give It All, " on USA Today. It raises awareness of a national issue that needs immediate attention- teen suicide.  
Think about this: Information posted with the video on YouTube states that during the time it takes to watch the video, 13 teens in the U.S will have attempted suicide. That is insane! It is also very sad that children feel they are pushed to a point of no return, to a place so dark and harsh they can't get out of.


With suicide being the third leading cause of death among teens, Train and Rain Wilson's production company, SoulPancake (who produced/directed the video), handpicked two incredibly gifted teenage dancers to communicate the message of loss, hope and strength through the gift of dance and art.  


Train and the people of SoulPancake feel this something that can't be ignored and hope this video can impact, change and save lives! May is Mental Health Awareness Month so please share this video and the meaning.


“‘Give It All’ is an important song to me,” says Train frontman Pat Monahan. “The song is about the deep losses in my life, as most of us have also experienced.”











For more information on Train and to purchase “Give It All” please go to Save Me San Francisco. To keep up with the latest on SoulPancake, visit SoulPancake.











If you, or anyone you know, is struggling, please visit SuicidePreventionLifeline.org

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