Ara Chackerian Wants to Bring Suicide to the Forefront

Ara Chackerian is a prominent individual in the world of business. Based in San Francisco, California, he is a successful entrepreneur, business owner, and philanthropist. He spends a much of his time seeking ways to help out in the community. He is actively involved in many community based efforts. Most of his business experience comes from his career in healthcare. He focused on showing the benefits of combining technology and healthcare services. As someone who is passionate about philanthropy Ara Chackerian has a deep interest in environmental and youth development causes.

 

For example, Chackerian is an avid supporter of Limonapa Teak, a sustainable teak farm in Nicaragua. The teak farm is well aware of its ecological footprint and goes above and beyond to make sure its practices are environmentally friendly and harmless to the local environment. Not to mention, Limonapa provides numerous profitable agricultural jobs for Nicaraguan residents.

 

Recently, Chackerian wrote an article pertaining to the stigma around suicide. In it he details how the subject of suicide makes people feel uncomfortable even though it claims thousands of lives monthly. It is something that is often swept under the wrong and not discussed in the news or obituaries. With the suicide deaths of two celebrities like Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain mere days apart hopefully people will become more open to discuss things like depression and suicide. You can visit their website arachackerian.com

 

 

Nearly, 50,000 people commit suicide in the U.S. every year. Even with a staggering statistic like this many people still choose to ignore the topic of suicide. Chackerian thinks this can be largely in due part because people have no idea how to react to suicide. Suicide does not discriminate and can affect people of all demographics. For instance, it is common knowledge that even celebrities millions of dollars have fallen victim to suicide. Which can sometimes be puzzling considering how it seems they’re living the dream from the perspective of people looking from the outside. Thankfully, more and more celebrities are coming forward to talk about suicide and share their stories.