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The language to use when talking about suicide
It is important to use the right language when talking about suicide
How to create a safety plan for if you feel suicidal
A safety plan can help remind a person of their reasons to live if they are feeling suicidal
Does having suicidal thoughts mean you are depressed?
Learn more about the many different factors that can cause someone to have suicidal thoughts
Dealing with grief after losing someone by suicide
If you lose someone by suicide you may experience a range of different emotions
Suicide support services around Ireland
There are a number of services around the country offering support to anyone who is feeling suicidal
How to cope with suicidal thoughts
There are ways to manage and overcome suicidal thoughts
Understanding why suicide isn’t selfish
The best way to support someone who is feeling suicidal is to listen to them without judgement
How to tell someone you are feeling suicidal
It may feel difficult to start this conversation, but there are people out there who want to support you
6 facts about suicide
Understanding the facts around suicide helps us to have more open and honest conversations about this issue
What is suicide and why does it happen?
Learn more about supporting yourself and others
How can I tell that someone is thinking of suicide?
Most people experiencing emotional pain show signs of distress
Who is at risk of suicide?
Suicidal thoughts or feelings don’t arrive out of the blue
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