If you have felt so low, could you share your thoughts, fears and reasons ? It may help somebody else.
Doubt that would work, Granny.The best way to help somebody in need is to provide them with information of support available.
I will start- Wirral Mind offers a range of services:Contact Steve Le Gry 0151 678 5111 ext 3621
Wirral Mind are very good and should be used when we realise that someone needs that assistance.
Unfortunately, too often, people are not even sure whether or not the situation is at danger levels, and do not like interfering.
Sometimes, there are no outward signs at all. It's what goes on inside, that we can quite often miss.
Teenagers would probably not even be brave enough to let anyone know, or even know how to raise the issue of their traumas with anyone else.
Schools have pastoral care, but that again is quite often in the place of the scource of bullying.
Sadly, I am sure we are all guilty of shunning someone in our lives at certain times, which could well have been at the wrong moment for some.
If I could add to Ste's remark about others on here being victims of fatalities, I am extremely sad for you and your losses and hope this topic does not offend. If it does offend or upset too much, then please ask Mark to lock it.
Adding this contact again, so it doesn't get lost.Wirral Mind offers a range of services:Contact Steve Le Gry 0151 678 5111 ext 3621