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New Room For Support
« on: May 13, 2024, 12:23:04 PM »
Many factors can affect your mental health. And it’s common to feel down from time to time. School, work, family conflict, abuse, isolation, breakups and losses are some examples of things that might contribute to feelings of being overwhelmed, defeated, isolated, uncomfortable and more. Things like this may start to feel unbearable if you’re unsure about what to do next, feel unsupported and / or find your usual coping strategies aren’t working for you. When people feel this way, they may have thoughts of suicide.

It’s understandable you may want to close yourself off from the rest of the world / withdraw from people around you if you’re having thoughts of suicide. The topic of suicide can bring up feelings of shame and confusion too, which can make it even more difficult to talk about openly. It demonstrates courage to open up (share) about something that can be so painful. Although it may be difficult, talking with someone you trust about what you’re going through may be helpful. But Buzzen wants you to know your not alone we are here to help, all talks are confidential.Staff control the room and if you want Privacey we can add the room to invite while your talking with someone. This room is for support and just taking the time to ensure your well being. Being open during the conversation may help the person listening more fully understand what you’re going through and know how to better support you. This could include telling them if you have thoughts of suicide, if you’ve taken any actions so far and / or if you’re planning to take action in the near future.