Often time we think our problem are just external but not always, because every problem begin internaly “mental”.
“Watch your thought; they become words
Watch your words; they become actions
Watch your action; they become habit
Watch your habit; they become your character
Watch your character; it become your destiny”
Whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t you’re right. The only way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
Always take suicidal comments very seriously. When a person says that he or she is thinking about suicide, you must always take the comments seriously. Assuming that the person is only seeking attention is a very serious, and potentially disastrous, error. Get help immediately.
Try not to act shocked.
The person is already highly distressed, and if you are shocked by
what is said, the person will become more distressed. Stay calm,
and talk with him or her in a matter-of-fact manner, but get help
Get help immediately.
This point cannot be overemphasized; a person who is suicidal needs immediate professional help.
Do not handle the situation by yourself. A suicidal person needs immediate assistance from qualified mental health professional
While you are waiting for help to arrive (or if there is no emergency):
Listen attentively to everything that the person has to say. Let the person talk as much as he or she wants to. Listen closely so that you can be as supportive as possible, and learn as much as possible about what is causing the suicidal feelings.
Comfort the person with words of encouragement. Use common sense to offer words of support. Remember that intense emotional pain can be overwhelming, so be as gentle and caring as possible. There is no script to use in situations like these, because each person and each situation is different. Listen carefully, and offer encouraging words when appropriate.
Let the person know that you are deeply concerned. Tell the person that you are concerned, and show them that you are concerned. A suicidal person is highly vulnerable and needs to feel that concern.
If the person is at a high risk of suicide,
do not leave him or her alone.
Do not leave a critically suicidal person alone for even a second.
Only after you get professional help for the person can you consider leaving him or her.
Talk openly about suicide.
Ask the person,
"Are you feeling so bad that you are thinking about suicide?"
If the answer is yes, ask, "Have you thought about how you would do it?"
If the answer is yes, ask, "Do you have what you need to do it?"
If the answer is yes, ask, "Have you thought about when you would do it?"
Here are those four important questions in abbreviated form:
Have what you need?
You need to know as much as possible about what is going on in the person's mind. The more planning that someone has put into a suicide, the greater the risk. If the person has a method and a time in mind, the risk is extremely high and you cannot hesitate to call 911 and ensure that professional treatment is given
Mental illness doesn’t discriminate, and neither do we. We Offer you access to mental health resources facilitated by practitioners and Mental Health Organisations..
Trusts Motion aims to make mental health services available to everyone, and to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health issues.
Through every contact, we aim to inspire hope and deliver change for everybody and every community we work with. Mental health is as important as physical health. The people suffering from it are not confident enough to speak about it because of norms & stigma surrounding it. October first week is celebrated as mental health awareness week.This is a problem, as big as any other, because almost every age group , both genders and doesn’t matter what profession everybody is affected by it.
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