Suicide Helpline: Suicide Support

Suicidal Thoughts and Emotional Support
While you may think your pain is enormous and permanent right now, there are support systems available to help you overcome suicidal thoughts. Never think that you are the only one to experience emotional or mental pain. There is a suicidal crisis happening around the world at the moment. Seeking the right kind of help at the right time can help you cope with mental and emotional distress. 

Having a suicidal tendency is not a personality flaw. Substance abuse and mental health problems are the leading causes of suicides worldwide. If you are having suicidal thoughts or know someone having such tendencies, make sure to seek support from the right people out there. 

ExtendaTouch has an online support group for suicide prevention that is full of people who have had a similar experience or have cared for someone who has had suicidal tendencies. Our members can provide you emotional support. If you are suffering from any type of abuse and mental health issue, our fellow members can help you. 

Suicide Helpline
There are many support groups, suicide helplines, and crisis centers across the country that you can get help from to prevent suicide. ExtendaTouch has a suicide helpline that you can use to get support from people who have gone through similar experiences. 

Our friendly group members can provide you confidential support and respect your privacy. They can help you come up with a safety plan and share helpful resources and information with you. Use our suicide helpline to connect with our members who relate and start getting support.

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mmccarter
Understand the severity of suicidal situations and tendencies.
I care(d) a total of 2 years for a male
DebM
My late husband was very good at hiding the severity of his depression. Ultimately, he committed suicide. If you are a suicide survivor, I'd be glad to support you.
Pinthecity
I have some experience in this subject I can share.
I care(d) a total of 5 years for a male
nmorganbond70
I care(d) a total of 5 years for a malefemale
zachw
I cared for a significant other who was had multiple mental health diagnoses and was suicidal.
I care(d) a total of 4 years for a male
Eddie
I care(d) a total of 30 years for a malefemale
Vet4Health
In 2012, while in the US Navy and on deployment in the Arabian Gulf, I experienced a prinzmetal angina episode where I was unconscious for more than 2 hours. After I was medically evacuated back the US, it was discovered that I had suffered a hypoxia frontal lobe brain injury (TBI non-impact), and as a result was subsequently diagnosed with: Severe Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Traumatic (non-impact) Brain Injury (TBI), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). After being medically retired from the Navy because of what seemed like an onslought of mental health condions and disorders I didnt understand, I was affraid to leave my home. I didnt trust my self to react normally to situations. After nine months of isolation and seeing the toll it took on my family, I chose to end my life. I was in so much pain and was so distraught - with no hope of things ever getting better. But it does.