“We were growing food, but couldn’t afford to buy it. We worked 80 hours a week, but we couldn’t afford to see a dentist, let alone a therapist. I remember panic when a late freeze threatened our crop, the constant fights about money, the way light swept across the walls on the days I could not force myself to get out of bed.” Debbie Weingarten in The Guardian: Why are America’s farmers killing themselves in record numbers? (“The suicide rate for farmers is more than double that of veterans.”)