#Mental Health/Suicide series/Dear Suicide(2018)//AspieAnswers


DISCLAIMER This is going to be a disclaimer and a trigger/content warning for you all right now for those of you who are watching/listening as I am aware that this is a real sensitive topic as well as being a taboo topic that needs to be shared. As I said in my previous video if you haven’t seen it based on my spoken word for thought, I thought to bring this out of the reasons behind why I’m doing this and this is not to dwell on the past or anything like that or even seeking any attention like behaviors from you all or even just sympathy. I just want to share with you all basically that this is hopefully to engage with you all, support you all in a way, hopefully, that you can walk in my shoes and actually experience the pain that in which I went through in the past life and maybe you can you know to seek help for whatever reason it may be and in saying this that if you see any people that you know of that you care about are showing signs and symptoms of anything of the previous videos based on mental health, do seek professional help for yourself or your loved one or even seeking a second opinion for yourself or your loved one because I don’t forever condone self-harm.

I want to thank Melissa Annette from Life with the Liss to allow me to participate in this collab to share my experiences and knowledge on mental health. You can find her on YouTube: Link:


National helplines Need to talk? Free call or text 1737 any time for support from a trained counselor
Lifeline – 0800 543 354 (0800 LIFELINE) or free text 4357 (HELP)
Suicide Crisis Helpline – 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO)
Healthline – 0800 611 116
Samaritans – 0800 726 666
Depression-specific helplines
Depression Helpline – 0800 111 757 or free text 4202 (to talk to a trained counselor about how you are feeling or to ask any questions) www.depression.org.nz – includes The Journal online help service SPARX.org.nz – online e-therapy tool provided by the University of Auckland that helps young people learn skills to deal with feeling down, depressed or stressed

Helplines for children and young people

Youthline – 0800 376 633, free text 234 or email [email protected] or online chat
thelowdown.co.nz – or email [email protected] or free text 5626
What’s Up – 0800 942 8787 (for 5–18-year-olds). Phone counseling is available Monday to Friday, midday–11 pm, and weekends, 3 pm–11 pm. Online chat is available 7 pm–10 pm daily.
Kidsline – 0800 54 37 54 (0800 kidsline) for young people up to 18 years of age. Open 24/7. Help for parents, family, and friends
Commonground – a website hub providing parents, family, whānau, and friends with access to information, tools, and support to help a young person who is struggling.

Parent Help – 0800 568 856 for parents/whānau seeking support, advice, and practical strategies on all parenting concerns. Anonymous, non-judgemental, and confidential.

Family Services 211 Helpline – 0800 211 211 for help finding (and direct transfer to) community-based health and social support services in your area.
Skylight – 0800 299 100 for support through trauma, loss, and grief; 9 am–5 pm weekdays.
Supporting Families In Mental Illness – For families and whānau supporting a loved one who has a mental illness. Auckland 0800 732 825. Other regions’ contact details are listed here.


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