Suicide is a permissive act. It serves as a demonstration of a possible solution or even a method of communication and, consciously or not, vulnerable people respond to it. The contagiousness of suicide is just one of the many reasons journalists have a responsibility to cover it responsibly.
O'Sullivan writes about wanting a space where men feel comfortable to speak, and I can sympathise - feminism exists, in part, to give women the voice that they were so sorely lacking in mainstream society.
Perhaps I'm a navel-gazing Londoner, but I didn't expect to encounter the cool I'm-not-a-hipster-not-quite-a rude-boy-swagger I saw in London, when I met, Ashley Allen, the founder of Avenue Magazine, a quarterly magazine.
Something about the music industry gives you the ability to find energy even when you're running on empty. Reminiscing about the night before always makes you realise just how magical some of your experiences can be.
Although many of us may want to, we cannot heal the world's problems in the next week or so. But to making aspects of culture which are seen as a western luxury available across the world is something which can bring light in, which is a start.