Today, the 10th, is World Suicide Prevention Day, and we in Victoria have had the sad case of a high profile former sportsman who took his own life. He is not the first high profile person who has done so and won't be the last.
I recommend you read EC's post https://myjustsostory.blogspot.com/2019/09/out-of-shadows-2019.html and admire her for her effort this morning, I think almost as moving at a war remembrance ceremony.
Many of us have been touched distantly or closely by suicide. My own ABI Brother received his Acquired Brain Injury by a suicide attempt. He has no memory of the attempt and thanks to our public health system that dealt with the short term aftermath (not so short) and his subsequent rehabilitation (long) by our compulsory car accident insurance system, he is perhaps 80 to 90% ok, mentally and physically. He was so badly injured that the whole family was called to the hospital to say our goodbyes. It would be twenty years ago now, or more.
In my opinion, right or wrong, bloggers aren't people who at risk of suicide but do watch friends and family. At time there are signs, but at times there are none, so don't feel guilty if you didn't pick up the signs that may or may not have been there.