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Let's talk about it and stop suicide
For many people, it's not about wanting to die, it's about making the pain and dark moods disappear.
Having these feelings doesn't have to end in suicide. The next step is about talking.
Talking about our fears and feelings can be difficult; even to those we love and care about. Not talking can stop people that we care about recognising that something is wrong and offering to help.
Even asking if someone is 'ok', can be unbearable for both the person asking the question and the person answering. But the more we talk about suicide openly, the sooner we reduce the fear and stigma that surrounds it.
Talking helps. It really does. Low mood can be lifted. And there's always someone ready to listen.
Suicide Prevention Text Alert
Just one simple text could make all the difference to someone who needs help
Self Care and Self Help Q&A
Self-care is about the choices we make every day to stay happy and healthy
If you are feeling suicidal or are worried about someone
There's lots of different types of support available
Suicide Prevention Partnership
The partnership works to address this and to provide help, support and advice to those who need it
Suicide prevention campaigns
The process of coping with and overcoming suicidal thoughts generally starts with talking. So please, let's talk.