Most people have suicidal thoughts at some point in their lives for many different reasons, often due to life's circumstances. Family members die, you lose your job or a dream, or some other tragedy befalls you. South Coast Community Services offers suicide help for those considering suicide. Read below four ways to get help if you are considering suicide. Contact us today.
Suicide is often a spur-of-the-moment decision. However, most people when they think through suicide realize that they do indeed have a lot to live for. If you are considering suicide, give yourself 24 hours or more before you do anything. After all, what's one more day?
Talk to Someone
Talk to someone, anyone, even a stranger on the street, about anything. You'll be surprised how just talking about your feelings or anything can help change your perspective. You'll realize that most everyone has been in your shoes and are there to help.
Be Active With Others
If you are having suicidal thoughts, you shouldn't be alone. Seek out others to be around, even if it's just reading a book at a coffee shop. You'll be surprised how the energy of others can be contagious and give you hope and strength when you need them the most.
Seek Professional Suicide Help
Suicidal thoughts and depression are treatable with the help of a professional mental health therapist. They can offer you a depression treatment plan and give you coping strategies and life skills that can help you get over this low point in your life.
CHOOSE SOUTH COAST COMMUNITY SERVICES TODAY
South Coast Community Services offers excellent mental health therapists who have years of experience helping those who have suicidal thoughts. We understand where you are coming from, and we can help discover your underlying issues and put you on the road to recovery. Get in touch with our mental health counselors in range and San Bernardino Counties today.