Young people who die by suicide have often suffered a bereavement themselves according to a new report.
The investigation by Manchester University shows that 25 percent of under 20's who took their own life had previously lost someone.
And for more than 1 in 10 that was also due to suicide.
The report is by The University of Manchester's National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness (NCISH).
The NCISH report, examines the findings from a range of investigations such as coroner inquests, into the deaths by suicide of people aged under 25 using information about the stresses they were facing when they died.
The researchers found 25% of under-20s and 28% of 20-24 year olds - around 125 deaths per year - had experienced bereavement. In 11% of all the under 20s examined, this death was also a suicide, usually of a family member or friend. The report emphasises the emotional impact of bereavement on young people and recommends that bereavement support should be widely available.