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My Life is Worth Living

Aug 13, 2021

Greg Cook, Founding Executive of doTERRA International and the Cook Center for Human Connection, recently teamed up with Terry Thoren, animator for “Rugrats” and “Wild Thornberrys”, to create a new suicide prevention and awareness animated series called “My Life is Worth Living.”

The animated series was inspired by the constant rise of teen suicides and hopes to bring more awareness of the problem to prevent suicides in the future. The partnership is highlighted in USA Today and further discusses the importance of suicide prevention and awareness.  

"Suicide has become the number one cause of death for kids aged 10 to 24 here in the state of Utah and in our Intermountain Region, and it's now the number two cause nationally so we felt like this was something that we needed to put time and effort into," Cook explains. "Most suicides are preventable and so we wanted to come forward with a major contribution to prevention as it pertains to suicide, particularly with young people."

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