We’ll Get Through Together| Suicide Prevention Month

It’s suicide prevention month but every day should always be a day to take care of your mental health.

This month is dedicated to all the people that are struggling to see a light at the end of the tunnel.

I honestly don’t know what to say about this certain topic and that is why I don’t directly talk about this in here. I personally struggle with my own mental health as well, and I know how sensitive this topic is. I also know how everyone of us is dealing with our own demons, and fighting our own battles. That is why we all need to be kind to each other. I don’t want to say any cliché things here, because I know how it feels to hear “just be strong”, “it will be okay”, and all the other pep talks that our friends and family keep on telling us. We appreciate the effort for cheering us up but it’s not that easy and it doesn’t really work that way for us.

I know how everyday is a struggle to keep on going and I’m not going to tell you what to do because I’m no psychiatrist. But we all just really need to find something to keep us alive and make us feel alive. I don’t know what it is for you but for me, I write, I play video games, I watch FRIENDS for the hundredth time, I listen to the same album for months now, and I don’t care what anyone thinks about it because it calms me down, and it makes me feel better. It’s different for everyone but we all have the same goal, and that is to get through the day. I wish I can tell you what you can do but like I said we are all just trying to get through life. We are all trying to figure this out. What I can tell you is that you’re not alone, I know that’s a cliché thing to say but it’s true. There’s broken people everywhere, just reach out and we’ll grab your hand, we’ll get through it together.


It’s nice how there are plenty of open discussions about suicide and mental health nowadays. Lots of people are trying to get help now, we’re talking about it now. But it’s still not enough, there are people who still gets uncomfortable about it but I guess that impression will always be there but at least, we’re finally talking about it. And with social media, we can start spreading information and awareness.

If you’re struggling, don’t hesitate to call for help.

Visit: https://www.suicidestop.com/call_a_hotline.html


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