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World Suicide Prevention Day 2018

Take a Minute to Reach out to Someone in Need Taking the time to reach out to someone in need could make all the difference in someone’s life. Whether it’s a friend, colleague or family, the offer of support and a listening ear can help reduce distress. What should I say? There is no specific statement or complex formula. Checking in with someone and asking how they’re doing is a good start. Encourage them to tell their story, don’t rush them, but let them know you are there for them. Showing genuine concern, compassion and a willingness to listen without judgement is a good approach. What if I make it worse? Suicide is a difficult and scary topic. However, it is a myth that talking about it

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