World Suicide Prevention Day

You are important. You are loved. You are not alone. 

Life’s not always fair, tragedies occur daily, and as human beings we have this awful tendency to question every part of ourselves. But at the end of the day, we are equipped with much more strength than we realize – not only can we save ourselves but we can save others as well. Sometimes, words simply aren’t enough but they’re something. Even though we strive to continuously spread positivity and love, we cannot deny the fact that we reside in a screwed up world. As much as we wish this were false, the truth is, not everyone is kind, but there’s not a single soul in the world without their own personal demons.

As similar as two beings can possibly be, there’s not another person in the world that isn’t inimitably created. We want to encourage you to celebrate yourselves day by day. Even in your darkest days, we want to let you know that you that ending your life isn’t the answer. You cannot be replaced and that by itself is an enormous tragedy in our world. We’d be losing a uniquely created, exquisite soul.

Over the last few years especially, with blogging becoming more and more popular by the second – along with the hateful anonymous messages, kind people exist, too. It’s easy to become discouraged, but we want to promise you that there’s at least one person if not more in the world who cares. As people who have the power to change things. Every single day of your life, go out of your way to help someone – a simple text message, tweet, Tumblr message, Facebook message, etc. that reads “hey, how are you” could let them know they aren’t alone. Although we all lead incredibly busy lives, it isn’t difficult to take a moment to compliment someone in line at Starbucks. It’s not difficult to smile at a stranger because that one smile has the ability to evoke something magical within them. We can change lives – let’s never give up trying.

Under the cut are numerous Suicide Prevention Hotlines all over the world. You truly are never alone.

Argentina Suicide Hotlines

Armenia Suicide Hotlines

Australia Suicide Hotlines

Austria Suicide Hotlines

Barbados Suicide Hotlines

Belgium Suicide Hotlines

Botswana Suicide Hotlines

Brazil Suicide Hotlines

Canada Suicide Hotlines

China Suicide Hotlines

Croatia Suicide Hotlines

Cyprus Suicide Hotlines

Denmark Suicide Hotlines

Egypt Suicide Hotlines

Estonia Suicide Hotlines

Fiji Suicide Hotlines

Finland Suicide Hotlines

France Suicide Hotlines

Germany Suicide Hotlines

Ghana Suicide Hotlines

Gibraltar Suicide Hotlines

Hong Kong Suicide Hotlines

Hungary Suicide Hotlines

India Suicide Hotlines

Ireland Suicide Hotlines

Israel Suicide Hotlines

Italy Suicide Hotlines

Japan Suicide Hotlines

Liberia Suicide Hotlines

Lithuania Suicide Hotlines

Malaysia Suicide Hotlines

Malta Suicide Hotlines

Mauritius Suicide Hotlines

Namibia Suicide Hotlines

Netherlands Suicide Hotlines

New Zealand Suicide Hotlines

Norway Suicide Hotlines

Paupua New Guinea Suicide Hotlines

Philippines Suicide Hotlines

Poland Suicide Hotlines

Portugal Suicide Hotlines

Russian Federation Suicide Hotlines

Somoa Suicide Hotlines

Serbia Suicide Hotlines

Singapore Suicide Hotlines

South Africa Suicide Hotlines

South Korea Suicide Hotlines

Spain Suicide Hotlines

Sri Lanka Suicide Hotlines

St. Vincent Suicide Hotlines

Sudan Suicide Hotlines

Sweden Suicide Hotlines

Switzerland Suicide Hotlines

Taiwan Suicide Hotlines

Thailand Suicide Hotlines

Tobago Suicide Hotlines

Tonga Suicide Hotlines

Trinidad and Tobago Suicide Hotlines

Turkey Suicide Hotlines

Ukraine Suicide Hotlines

United Kingdom Suicide Hotlines

United States Suicide Hotlines

Zimbabwe Suicide Hotlines

If there’s any we may have accidentally missed, feel free to add them.

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