Support for suicidal or self-injurious thoughts

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If you're in immediate physical danger, please contact local law enforcement or a suicide helpline for help.
If you're going through something difficult and the threat isn't immediate, we want you to know there are things you can do right now that may help you.
Talk to someone at a helpline.
Suicide Prevention:
Eating Disorders:
Reach out to someone you trust.
Contact someone you trust, like a family member, friend, counselor or teacher, and ask them to let you share what’s on your mind. For example, you could say, "I'm going through something difficult and was hoping to talk to you about it. If that's OK with you, can you take some time to listen?"
Learn about other ways to support yourself.
It can be difficult to focus when you're overwhelmed or can't find a solution to a problem right away. Stop for a moment, take a deep breath and give yourself a break from your feelings.
Try some of these tips from self-care experts at Forefront and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Get out for a while:
  • Go for a walk, jog or bike ride.
  • Go to the movies.
  • Visit somewhere new, like a coffee shop or museum or park you've never been.
Be creative:
  • Draw something simple.
  • Make a nice meal.
  • Write a short story.
Soothe your senses:
  • Meditate or do yoga.
  • Take a hot shower.
  • Listen to your favorite songs.
  • Look at the clouds.
  • Read a book, magazine or blog post.
  • Take a nap.
If the tips above don't work for you, see more things you can do right now.
If you have a friend who’s having thoughts about suicide or self-injury, you can share these resources with them as well.
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