How can we prevent suicide among youth? It just needs an opportunity to reach someone who cares to listen – a relative, a friend, a co-worker. That emotional support can change the trajectory of the victim’s thought process and bring her back to life.
We all experience periods of sadness and joy throughout our lives. However, if the feelings of sadness and pain have become unbearable and intense, and you feel hopeless or helpless, please reach out to a suicide crisis helpline for assistance. Sneha Suicide Prevention Helpline Helpline Number +91 44 2464 0050, Sangat Tele-Consultation Helpline Helpline Number: +91 11 41198666, Kiran National Mental Health Rehabilitation Helpline Number 1800-599-0019, Samaritans Helpline Number +918422984528 can be called. , +918422984529, +918422984530, Connecting NGO Crisis Helpline 99220-01122/99220-04305.
Being able to identify the signs you are struggling to cope can help you get help. Some signs that you’re on edge may include a feeling that there is no solution to problems other than suicide, not wanting to be around your friends and/or family, or thinking that they would be better off without you. . Experiencing feelings of anxiety or being stressed most of the time and/or not doing things you usually enjoy are triggers.
Having suicidal thoughts is a sign of deep emotional pain. Extremely stressful or difficult situations such as bullying, discrimination, physical/sexual abuse, loss of a loved one, long-term physical illness or pain, depression or other mental illness, relationship difficulties/breakup, family conflict, money/financial problems, forced marriage, loneliness Isolation, academic stress or difficulties adjusting to a major change in life can all contribute to a feeling of unbearable pain. If you’re not sure why you’re having suicidal thoughts, this can seem even more challenging.
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It is important to remember that you are not alone and there is support available to help you get through this. It is important to remove access to anything that could be used to cause self harm. Creating a safety plan that has contact details for loved ones or support services and steps to keep yourself safe can help. It is important to join a peer/support group to share your thoughts and feelings and to understand that there are many people like you who are struggling with life’s challenges.