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Where can I find help?

  • You can get your thoughts and emotions out of your head using our Offload Your Thoughts tool. It can help you let off steam and get some perspective on what you're going through.
  • If you're feeling suicidal or have thoughts of harming yourself, talk to CALM. Our helpline is open from 5pm to midnight every day. Find out more here.
  • Outside of these hours, call the Samaritans on 116 123
  • Cruse Bereavement Support
  • Find more places to get help with grief here.
  • If you've lost someone to suicide you can find more tailored support on our bereavement by suicide page.
  • “I need to talk to you about how I’m feeling. Things are tough since I lost [] and I’ve been really struggling”

  • “I need to talk – I’ve been struggling with the loss of [ ] and don’t feel that there is much point in being here myself”

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