When suicide happens, it of course unleashes unfathomable grief.
That anguish was multiplied Thursday when the public learned that Chester Bennington, the frontman for Linkin Park, not only killed himself but died on what would've been Chris Cornell's 53rd birthday.
The two men were close friends. They toured together in the late 2000s. Bennington and Cornell reached millions of fans with emotional music about psychological torment and resilience. When Cornell died by suicide in May, Bennington sang Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah at his memorial service. On Twitter, Bennington shared a love-filled remembrance of his friend: "I can't imagine a world without you in it," he wrote. Read more...More about Social Good, Mental Health, Suicide, Suicide Prevention, and Mental Heath