Twitter users use ‘social support’ network to share personal stories about suicide

Twitter users are using their social network to spread personal stories of suicide, with some of the messages sharing personal details of the victim.

The popular platform is using a platform called ‘Path’ to help users share their stories of mental health and depression.

Path was founded in February 2017, and is a social support network that has helped more than 3.2 million people find help from a social worker, counsellor or mental health professional.

The Path team is made up of experts in the field of mental healthcare, and has helped people in need of support through social media.

Path has recently added new tools to help people find support, including a tool that helps people find and access help for suicide prevention and suicide prevention resources.

“People have been sharing personal stories, and they are telling me that this is the most helpful thing they’ve ever done,” said Path’s CEO, Shashank Parekh.

“It’s helping me understand the root cause of people’s suffering.

I feel like we’ve been helping people.

I’ve got more work to do.”

Path is now available to users in India.

The company has been testing Path with India’s mental health sector and hopes to expand to other countries soon.

Path founder Shashad Parekhar told the Times of India that Path’s goal is to help as many people as possible.

“We want to do something big,” Parekar said.

“People have shared stories and I think it’s really powerful.”

Path has also been used to help with the suicide of a young girl in 2016.

The company says it does not track how many people have used Path and said Path has never received a payment from the government.

However, Path has not always been popular with users.

Earlier this year, Path users were criticized after a user posted an article that shared personal details about the suicide victim, including her address and phone number.

“When you’re a young child you don’t think anything is going to happen, but this happens,” said the user, who asked to remain anonymous.

“So, I was like ‘why are they even sharing this?

I can’t imagine how this could happen to her’.”