One of the more sensitive topics we learn about in health is depression and suicide. 1 in 12 teens have attempted suicide in their lifetime. The Golden Gate Bridge, a popular tourist attraction and the pride of San Francisco, is also an extremely popular spot for those who no longer wish to live. In an effort to combat the rising number of suicides committed on the bridge, a bill was passed allowing a massive, steel net to be built 20 feet below the bridge in an effort to deter/save possible suicides. I, personally, do not think this is the way to prevent suicides. A person who is strongly suicidal will find a way to attempt. I think there are better ways that we could spend this money that can still be put towards suicide prevention. Do you feel this is an effective way to prevent suicides? Why or why not? Do you think there is a better way to prevent suicides among teens and adults? What might you propose?