Have You Been Thinking About Suicide?
Life can be very painful, this I know for a fact. When you are down and hurting it is sometimes hard to think clearly or rationally. You are not alone, (chat now) most people would have to admit that they have at least once thought about the idea of suicide. Suicide prevention saves lives!
Call this number right now 1-800-273-TALK (8255) if you have had any recent thoughts of suicide. There is help available now, and please do not delay! Even thoughts of living life makes living life such a painful burden, I know that feeling and that is why you need God’s help and help from others who care, so once again, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).~ Bill Greguska
Suicide Prevention Resources Links
- Suicide and Depression: Risks and Warnings
- Warning Signs of Suicide
- Suicidal Warning Signs
- Suicidal Behavior
- Suicide Is Preventable: Know the Signs
- Signs to Look for
- Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Suicide
- American Psychological Association: Suicide Warning Signs
- Teenage Warning Signs
- How to Help Someone Who Is Suicidal
- I Need a Lighthouse: Prevention and Help
- Video and Tips
- Practical Prevention Tips
- Preventing Youth Suicide
- CDC: Preventing Suicide
- Youth in the Home (PDF)
- Children Ages 10 to 19
- Prevention Day
- National Lifeline
- Fighting Suicidal Thoughts
- Read This First
- Dealing With Suicidal Thoughts
- Coping Statements for Suicidal Thoughts
- How Can I Cope Right Now?
- Statistics, Treatment, and Therapy
- Overcoming Suicidal Thoughts
- Helping a Friend or Family Member Who Is Suicidal
- What Can I Do to Help?
- You Can NOT Be Replaced
- Resource Center
- Suicide Hotline: What Happens When You Call?
- Crisis Text Line
- Suicide in America: The Facts
- Befrienders International
- The Trevor Project
- I’m Alive Hopeline
Suicide Prevention Can Help You Think More Clearly!
Suicide is a serious thing. And if you know anyone who is suicidal, you need to get them help. No one should be in pain. Everyone should love themselves. ~ Gerard Way
Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.
When I was a junior in high school, I had thoughts of suicide. It was a very hard time in my life. I did not want to die, but I lost the desire to keep on living and was struggling with the pressures of school and the death of a very close friend, not to mention that I was using marijuana and alcohol and other drugs more and more to escape reality.
Contacting someone from suicide prevention would have been a wise thing to do but I was unaware of it, so instead of dealing with my thoughts and feelings on my own, I self-medicated myself with marijuana, alcohol, and other harmful substances.
I remember not wanting to go shopping for clothes in high school because I did not want to waste my parents’ money since I emotionally was ready to check out for good. It was very fortunate that I got medical help in a hospital and support from my family – mostly my mom – who did everything she could do to help me, and make things the best she could for me. Thankfully I have been able to help by repaying her by taking care of her in her old age, similar to how she took care of me in some ways.
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Continued – I was what you would call, superficially involved with a church at St. Gregory’s the Great when I was in grade school, but even so, I knew that God was there for me. Though life was somewhat difficult, it was also scary and drained me emotionally and physically. I did not wish to be necessarily dead, but I could not deal with life the way it was, because of all that was going on. These feelings came to a head when my best friend Steve Mader died at age 17 when I was 16 years old.
Thank God that I pulled through – it was worth all the effort it took. The same results can happen for you or someone you know, as long as you get the help you need like I did. Life can be very painful, and problems can seem to be overwhelming at times, but I have learned that God has a plan for each and every one of us. Sometimes it takes some extra effort and faith to get to where you want and need to be. I would strongly suggest calling 1-800-273-8255 to at least talk to someone who cares and can help you sort through your problems.
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There is Help For You if You Are Hurting!
- Why should I not commit suicide?
- “I’ve been depressed. I’ve had suicidal thoughts. I realize I’m not full-on there because I never could plan it. But the fact of the matter is, there is a way out, there is help.” Mariel Hemingway
- How can a Christian overcome depression?
- Help for those who are grieving.
- John 10:10 “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.”
- “When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one that has opened for us.” ~Alexander Graham Bell
- Suicide in not the answer! Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Please contact us if you have any questions or comments or would just like some encouragement?
I have friends who’ve tried suicide many times and haven’t succeeded. I myself made an attempt, so I had a connection with that sort of group of people who have tried suicide at one time in their lives. Judy Collins
John 10:10 The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.