Get through tough times, you are not alone

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You are not alone

It's easy to think you are the only one in the world who is going through this, but you are not alone. Over 65,000 people feel like taking their own life is the only solution to their problems. So many others act on these thoughts, denying themselves the chance to recover. All of us, go through tough situations that overwhelm us. There’s no need to feel guilty about your condition, instead, take pride in the small victories. You are still here, reading this page, which means you know and want help with suicidal thoughts.

Fortunately, there is a robust support system waiting to help you.

Who can help me?

The best way to combat suicidal thoughts and feelings is to seek out a support system who understand what you are going through and can help.

  • Friends and family
  • Community support groups
  • Counselling services
  • Mental health first aid guidelines

Who can I talk to?

If you need to speak to a professional mental health worker than OnPsych can help you. We work with psychologists to bring you the mental support services you need at a time and place convenient for you. The OnPsych Telehealth service helps you talk to a professional psychologist from the comfort of your home, at a time that works for you. 

We are here to help.

Recovery through support

It might seem impossible now, but with the right help, perseverance and patience, you will overcome your suicidal thoughts. You will see yourself in a new light with a new perspective on who you are and the people surrounding you. You realise that all the negative notions you had about yourself were only baseless thoughts, you will also develop a new relationship with others, stronger than before. The road to recovery is long, and there will be moments when your progress will stall, and you feel like giving up. Be brave and stay persistent with your treatment and you will recover.


The warning signs

Know the thoughts and feelings of suicidal tendencies


How to cope with suicidal thoughts

Learn how to cope with suicidal thoughts on a day-to-day basis



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