At the current time pressures from everyday life are tremendous and we all need help at times.

If you know somebody who has suicidal thoughts, it is important to let them know that they are not alone and to listen, be present as a friend, check in on them regularly and encourage them to seek professional help.

If you have suicidal feelings, it is important to tell somebody.  Help and support is available right now.  You do not have to struggle with your feelings alone.  Focus on getting help now and getting through the current moment.    There are many organisations that can help you, do not try to manage it on your own, you do not have to, you are not alone.

Do not be afraid to ask for help or to speak out.

Some useful numbers and links are listed below:

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For those that have lost someone to suicide, it can be a tricky time.
There are people to help:

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Here are some free resources from the NHS that might just help you, but you didn’t know were available:

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