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Here at 7 cups we understand that sometimes life can get too much and you may experience suicidal thoughts. Although we can support you when you are feeling low, listeners are not trained to support you when you are planning to end your life or harm yourself. We want to make sure that you get the right help and support at this time and that is why we may refer you to a hotline or crisis resource. Below are some hotlines and chatlines where you can speak to professionals who can better help you. If you need emergency medical help call the emergency services. Phone
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Suicide in Older Adults
Adults Ages 26 to 55 Years | Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Jump to content. The U. Food and Drug Administration FDA has issued an advisory on antidepressant medicines and the risk of suicide. Talk to your doctor about these possible side effects and the warning signs of suicide. Take any mention of suicide seriously. If someone you know is threatening suicide, get help right away.
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Warning Signs of Suicide in Adults
Emotional support, information and resources specific to mental health are available from Mental Health Support offered by the Crisis Lines Association of British Columbia by calling Children and teens can also call the Kids Help Phone to speak to a counsellor at or visit Kids Help Phone for information on the resources and support available. For more places to get help, visit Crisis Centre — Get Help. If you are in an emergency, call
Suicide at any age is a tragedy for the individual, his or her family and friends, and the communities of which they are a part. At a population level suicide is also a major public health problem, accounting for over 34, deaths each year in the United States 1 and an estimated one million or more worldwide 2. The largest number of suicides occurs in younger and middle-aged adults and suicide deaths in youth and young adults capture the bulk of media attention. In this chapter, however, we make the case that late life suicide is a cause for enormous concern that warrants ongoing attention from researchers, health care providers, policy makers, and society at large.