Have you been feeling Suicidal or that life’s not worth living
You may feel anxious about telling others how you feel and want to solve your problems for yourself. However, if you are feeling suicidal it can be difficult to do this alone unsupported.
Choose someone you trust to help. This could be parents, school nurse, or your Doctor for example. Your Doctor will be able to assess how you are feeling and help you get professional support. This may be counselling, or medication where appropriate.
Feelings of depression can make you feel like you are a burden to others and that others may not care about what happens to you. However, while it can seem that these feelings will never end, it is not a permanent condition and help and support is out there: people do care.
Alternatively you can contact your Doctor who will be able to access support too.
The Accident and Emergency department at your local hospital may be able to help.
Alternative places of support (not 24 hours)
Papyrus 0800 068 41 41 (support for yourself or someone else if feeling suicidal)
Health in Mind 0300 330 5455