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Suicide & Self Harm

Suicide and self-harm are complex and sensitive topics that require understanding and support. Both are often signs of deep emotional pain, and it's crucial to approach them with compassion and empathy.

Suicide, the act of intentionally ending one's life, is a serious public health concern. It can be influenced by a variety of factors, including mental health conditions like depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia, as well as traumatic life events, substance abuse, and social isolation. It's important to recognize the warning signs of suicide, such as talking about wanting to die, feeling hopeless or trapped, and withdrawing from friends and family.

Self-harm, which involves deliberately injuring oneself, is often a way for individuals to cope with overwhelming emotions or to communicate distress that they may find difficult to express verbally. Common forms of self-harm include cutting, burning, and hitting oneself. While self-harm is not typically a suicide attempt, it can be a sign of underlying mental health issues and should be taken seriously.

If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide or engaging in self-harm, it's important to seek help. Reach out to a mental health professional, a trusted friend or family member, or a crisis hotline for support. Remember, you are not alone, and help is available.

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