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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

Who can I trust for nutrition and fitness advice? It's important you're getting advice on nutrition and exercise from a source you can trust

Exercises for people with limited mobility Sitting down exercise is great for people who use a wheelchair or who have limited mobility

How to take a home pregnancy test Here are some guidelines on how and when to take a home pregnancy test to get the most accurate result

How to care for self harm wounds If you have self harm wounds, it's important to look after them to avoid infection

What is misophonia? Misophonia is the extreme dislike or hatred of certain sounds

How to help someone in a self harm emergency In a self harm emergency getting professional help is the best thing you can do

How to tell someone you self harm Making the decision to tell someone is a positive step and is something you will want to do when the time is right for you

What to do if you are considering self harm There are other, healthy ways to deal with difficult emotions without self harming

What to say to someone who self harms Listening to someone when they open up about self harm can be a big help

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