Watchwellcast For Those Considering Suicide
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[Watchwellcast For Those Considering Suicide]
First of all, if you’re having thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.
This phone number is for the US only. http://www.befrienders.org is an organization that provides resources internationally.
Do it immediately. A counselor at a nearby crisis center will be on the other end to speak with you about services in your area. And don’t stress, the call is confidential and it’s free.
Hey WellCasters, realize your worth. We here at WellCast want you to remember that you are valued and appreciated more than you know. You’ve impacted so many people, your family, your friends, members in your community. Over the course of your whole life it adds up. Even if it doesn’t fell like it. You would be deeply missed by your loved ones who would have to cope with your permanent absence and who would miss you and grieve for you forever.
Seek support. Start by channeling your emotions into a song, a poem, a diary entry, to give voice to your feelings and help you further understand them. Then share what you’ve come up with, with someone you trust, a neighbor, a best friend, a cousin, even a counselor.
Face the fear. You might have been having suicidal thoughts for sometime, or maybe they’ve only recently snuck up on you. Certain people or events might trigger dark thoughts, bullying, abuse the death of a loved one it’s totally normal to feel sadness from painful experiences like these. But it’s not healthy to spiral into a suicidal mindset and believe the death is the only solution to ending this pain.
In fact, your belief that suicide is the only way out might be linked to something else, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, or schizophrenia are often present in the suicidal. In almost 90% of those who end their own lives.
Like a disease at work in your own body, these mental illnesses are diagnose-able and treatable. Just because the symptoms aren’t visible, doesn’t mean a real disease isn’t present. And understanding the influence of a pre-existing condition will help lift you out of the space where suicidal thoughts fester.
The bad news is, you and thousands of others are deeply suffering. Great news is, there is hope. Seek help. Suicidal thoughts aren’t treatable, but the illnesses associated with them certainly are. There are many different ways that you can silence those internal voices, without permanently silencing yourself.
Checkout all these incredible resources we have for you.
Many clinics and counseling centers provide confidential and even offer affordable resources or medication if that’s what you need.
If you don’t find a counselor you like at first it’s okay to keep looking.
Counseling comes in many different shapes and sizes, group counseling, over-the-phone counseling or on-on-one.
Find out what works best for you.
We hope this episode of WellCast was a comfortable first step on your journey. Remember to please continue to take care of yourself. This might be a lifelong process and that’s okay. Life is hard, but you don’t have to bear it alone. We’ll see you soon!
for more resources… Befrienders Worldwide www.befrienders.org/need-to-talk
IMAlive www.imalive.com Kristen Brooks Hope Center 1-800-78-2433 Lifeline Crisis Chat www.crisischat.org/chat National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
The Samaritans (UK) www.samaritans.org/branches
The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth)
VETEREN’S Crisis Line
YOUTH AMERICA HOTLINE 877-968-8454
Grad Student Crisis Line 1-800-472-3457
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