We all experience things differently and sometimes struggle to cope, but it’s ok to talk.

Are you worried about a family member, partner or friend who might be going through a tough time?

Are you worried that someone you know may be feeling suicidal?

It can be really hard to know what to say to them in this kind of situation.

On the other hand, few people go through life without, at some point, having a suicidal thought or feeling. Whilst suicidal feelings are more common than we like to admit, it doesn’t mean that it’s the answer.

It’s ok to ask about suicide. It doesn’t increase the risk!  There is help available.

Visit: www.thecalmzone.net/get-help
Call CALM on – 0800 585858

Visit: https://www.samaritans.org/media-centre/our-campaigns/talk-us/shush-listening-tips
Call the Samaritans on – 116 123

Calls are taken by trained staff who are there to listen, support, inform and signpost. Calls are confidential and anonymous.

Don’t be afraid to share this information with people you care enough to be worried about. If you are feeling low and in need of some support to help put a new perspective on your situation, accordingly, share your concerns and worries with people who are trained to help.