Understanding Suicide, Warning Signs, and How to Help Suicidal Individuals

American Association of Suicidology

Facts about Suicide and Depression

Suicide Facts

Warning Signs

Be Aware of Feelings

Nearly everyone at some time in their lives thinks about committing suicide. Most decide to live because they come to realize that the crisis is temporary, but death is not. On the other hand, people in the midst of crisis often perceive their dilemma as inescapable and feel an utter loss of control. These are some of the feelings and things they experience:

Ways to be Helpful to Someone Who is Suicidal

Who to Contact for Help or Screening

 

Reference

American Association of Suicidology (1997) Some Facts about Suicide and Depression. 4201 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008 (202) 237-2280


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