Suicide Awareness

Please tell a friend, neighbor, stranger. Suicide is not a joke. It is, unfortunately, real. I have lost someone to suicide and I will not stop trying to prevent it for the rest of my life. My best friend shot himself in the head. He was only 14. He felt he had no one left in his life. So now I am here trying to spread awareness on the matter to make sure nobody ever feels like they don’t have anyone. Trust me you do. You should always reach out to someone if you need to talk. Whether that be a therapist, friend, family. Please know that you are loved and needed. 

2 thoughts on “Suicide Awareness”

  1. I appreciate what you’re doing. I suffer from depression and have suicidal thoughts. Even during the dark moments I KNOW my feelings are irrational. I KNOW I have people but I cannot stop the negative thoughts, the what-if’s. I feel worthless , unloved, useless and a burden. I want end it all. I feel my family and friends would be better off without me. I have learned to tell myself to go to sleep and tomorrow will be better. Tomorrow is ALWAYS better (even if the thoughts start again) waking another day (tomorrow) is always better. Anyway, thank you. You’re great for spreading the word and positivity to those that suffer.

  2. Beautiful of you to care. Thank you for being a kind, compassionate person in a world that can often be cold and cruel. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem that grieves families and loved ones till the end of their time here. Again, thank you.

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