I'm Thinking of Suicide
Are you having thoughts of suicide?
Thoughts and feelings of ending your life can be overwhelming, isolating, confusing and very frightening.
It is important to know that despite how you may be feeling, you are not alone. No matter the time of day, there is always someone for you to talk to.
Just by reading this, a part of you is looking for ways to live and to get help for problems in your life. It is not uncommon to feel this way and lots of people have suicidal thoughts and are able to work through them and stay safe.
It can be very difficult to know what to do and how to cope, but help is available.
Contact Lifeline 13 11 14 or another 24/7 Crisis Contact
Talk to someone you trust – you don’t have to go through this alone. Tell them how you feel – and that you are thinking of suicide. Ask them to help you keep safe.
Get help and support to stay alive – contact a telephone support service, your GP, a counselor, psychologist or psychiatrist, a hospital emergency department, minister, teacher or anyone else you trust to keep you safe.
If you intend to act on your thoughts now or have already done so, call 000 now.
Chris & Beck
Their Story. Their Message.
Clinical Suicide Prevention Service