When someone says they’re suicidal we should listen. It should not be ignored or belittled. It is a big step for someone to be open and vulnerable about suicidal thoughts. If you are worried about someone, reach in. Be there for them. When someone needs help, we all have a part to play. No one should have nowhere to turn.
Self harm and suicide does not discriminate. It can be experienced all genders, ages and ethnicities, by those who are considered rich and successful and those who are not. Harmless and the Tomorrow Project is here to provide hope and recovery to everyone impacted by self harm and suicide. Resources and referral forms can be found at www.harmless.org.uk