The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health has posted this video,which briefly discusses suicide and it’s statistics.
Today, September 10th, is World Suicide Prevention Day, and we believe it’s important to take a look at videos like theseand spread love and awareness when it comes to the heavily stigmatized topic of suicide.
Many who have trichotillomania and dermatillomania don’t see a way out of the disorder. We might see ourselves us broken, unlovable, scarred, defective or any other negative thought that might stew around in our heads, and you know what? It gets to us. It gets to us and sometimes when we’re faced with these disorders that so many professionals don’t know about and no one seems to be able to help us with, we get lost, and our thoughts turn even darker. If you’re among those who might be thinking that suicide is the only escape from this, or any of your problems, it’s not. There is help and there is hope. Reach out to suicide hotlines, online support groups, friends, family, anyone that you trust for love and support, and let them know that you’re struggling. Know that you are not alone, and that you can get better, even if it doesn’t seem like it right now. You can.
Click below to watch the video:
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