I’m glad you found this page, whether you did it by accident or because you want help and support, or if you want to help someone.
If you found this page by accident, you might be looking for information or trying to learn more about how to avoid suicide. It’s important to learn about this sensitive subject and know the signs that someone might be having trouble. Remember that knowing what’s going on lets us help people who need it.
If you want to help someone who is thinking about suicide or is at risk of doing it, I want to praise your care and compassion. It’s hard to see someone you care about going through such a hard time. Please remember that there are things you can do to help. By learning about the warning signs, risk factors, and good ways to help, you can give your loved one the care and support they need.
And if you are having a hard time right now, I want you to know that there is hope and help out there. It takes a lot of courage to reach out and ask for help, so I’m glad you did this. You don’t have to deal with this on your own. Some people and tools are ready to help, give advice, and listen. Remember that there is always a way to move forward, even if it seems hard right now.
I want to stress that the information here is meant to supplement professional advice. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger or having a mental health crisis, it’s important to get help from trained people. They know how to give you the help and advice you need that is tailored to your specific wants.
Remember that you are not on this road by yourself. Whether you came here by chance, are looking for ways to help someone else, or are going through an emotional crisis for suicide support, please refer to the below resources for suicide support.
Please note that whoever is responsible for your crisis, you ending your life, is helping them hurt many innocent people like you! Death doesn’t bring revolution, life does. Let’s try once more! I pray?
Emergency Suicide Support Helplines
iCall (Monday to Saturday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm) is a telephone and email-based counseling service run by the School of Human Ecology, Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Counseling for suicide prevention is offered by qualified and trained mental health professionals.iCall Website
Aasra is open 24x7. You can contact them for emotional crisis situations, mental illness issues, and suicidal ideation. Families undergoing trauma after the suicide of a loved one are also welcome to seek Aasra's help.Aasra Website
Emotional Health Resources
Pinterest is an American image-sharing and social media service designed to enable the saving and discovery of information on the internet using images and, on a smaller scale, animated GIFs and videos, in the form of pinboards. Pinterest has an urgent resource for people contemplating suicide. Please click the button to visit immediate help for this moment.Pinterest Wellbeing
Mental Health Expert
Are you a mental health expert (an RCI-licensed Psychologist or Psychiatrist and want to volunteer for help and counseling? I am grateful. Please connect with me on Linkedin. Together, we can make a difference!Click Here
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