We are all busy. Day to day, things occupy our minds and time. We have job and family obligations.The days of spending lounging hours on the phone, over drinks, or at the beach with our most loved friends and family seem far behind. You think you should catch up with that friend or family member \u2014 you\u2019ll make sure to do that next week. In the meantime, maybe there\u2019s that friend or family member you haven\u2019t heard from in a while. Maybe when you do talk to that person, they seem different \u2014 changed. Maybe they seem down. Maybe they drink too much suddenly, or indulge in other Maybe there\u2019s just something that nags at \u00a0you \u2014 something is wrong. But then the alarm goes off the next day. And we start the cycle over and put it off another day. And another day. And maybe, the next time we talk to our loved one, things are back to normal. September is national suicide prevention month. There are many causes and reasons for someone to take their own life. None of us can or should blame ourselves when the worst happens. There is only so much we can do. But we should try to do the most we can. But regardless, if something feels \u201coff\u201d in someone you love \u2014 don\u2019t put off making that phone call, making a lunch date, making some time to sit on the beach and just talk. There\u2019s never going to be a perfect time. But at the same time, there\u2019s never going to be a better time \u2014 than right now. For more information on facts, warning signs, myths and other information, visit suicidology.org. If you or your loved one needs immediate help, call the national suicide prevention hotline at 800-273-8255.