Native Americans whose lives have been affected by suicide or have worked to stem suicide on the reservation talk about the problem and what solutions might be necessary.
HARDIN – Letitia Stewart was exhausted.
Letitia Stewart talks about losing her 21-year-old son, Edward Bee Fast Horse III, to suicide on Dec. 29, 2008. She feared her son's soul had been lost afterward, but her pastor assured her that was not the case. "That really lifted that burden. It made me feel better. I believe he's in heaven."
Edward Bee Fast Horse III put a .22-caliber hunting rifle in his mouth and pulled the trigger on Dec. 29, 2008. He was 21.