How to Get Support
Below are some Books, Groups, Websites and other resources that some of our visitors have found useful.
This source of help doesn’t need to be a last resort. They can provide support to anyone in distress, having difficulties coping or at risk of suicide, in the UK and Ireland.
Call their free helpline, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Provides a free, confidential and anonymous 24/7 text service to anyone struggling to cope. They also have a huge range of resources on their website.
Offers confidential support and advice to children and young people under the age of 35 who are struggling with thoughts of suicide. It also offers advice for those who are concerned about a young person.
It can be difficult not only to ask for help but to know how to help a friend you think might be suffering. The Ask Twice campaign has some helpful tips about how to support someone who opens up and how to encourage talk.
Support After Suicide
The Support After Suicide Partnership is a network of bereavement support organisations locally and nationally. The partnership aims to support.
Dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of depression. They have an extensive list of resources and support links on their website.
Support in your area.
These accounts offer support and explore grief and loss.
Recommend books -
Finding Meaning – David Kessler
Grief Works, Stories of Life, Death & Surviving – Julia Samuel
A Manual for Heartache – Cathy Rentzenbrink
When it is Darkest – Rory O’Connor
This Book Could Save your Life – Ben West
Recommended By Hilary Grime