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Seeking professional help from a therapist can be particularly helpful.
Calling a helpline, such as the National Lifeline or Samaritans, can be an easy, free and anonymous way to get help.
Let the person know how bad you are really feeling.
Don’t be afraid to tell them if you are suicidal and/or have a suicide plan.
However, it is also important for you to know that the feeling of hopeless you may currently be experiencing is temporary; help is available and there is hope, even though you may not feel that way at the moment.
The thought “I want to die,” usually comes up when people are in so much psychological pain that they feel they can no longer bear it.
If even for one moment you feel a smidge of joy or like life is actually worth living, you have to start the 3 days again.”This rule does not imply, by any means, that someone should choose to die by suicide if three days go by without feeling hopeful.
However, it can give people who are hurting some distance between the thoughts and the action.
Putting time between the thoughts and the action saves lives, because no matter how permanent the pain may feel, the suicidal thoughts will come and go, they will not last forever.
Exercise Studies show that exercise can be as effective as antidepressants when it comes to treating depression and anxiety.
Try to get your heart rate up for 20 minutes a day, five days a week; it has been scientifically proven to help you will feel better emotionally.