It’s National Suicide Prevention Month.
Has suicide touched your life in some way? It’s time to spread some awareness about suicide this month. We must begin by being more aware of the moods and personalities of the people around you. When someone looks or acts despondent, don’t turn away or use the excuse that you are too busy to be involved.
Every year there are tragic, heartbreaking stories about people who have taken their own lives. Prevention is the only answer and that only comes from awareness and education. Learn about the symptoms and help available for suicide today. You might just save a life of someone you love.
Important Note: If you need help right now, or if someone you know needs help, please call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.