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Suicide Chat Room: What are good resources for people who want this?

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Last Updated: 01/05/2016 at 11:23pm
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Lisa Meighan, BSc Psychology (Honours)


Hello, I am Lisa and I work in a person-centred approach mixed with cognitive behavioural therapy. I believe we all have the potential to be the best we can be.

Top Rated Answers
August 29th, 2015 4:45pm
I think, that 7 cups of tea - the best site for people, who need support and belief in their powers.
August 30th, 2015 9:11am
Online resources such as childline, chatzy,IAmalive, 7cups etc and any hotlines like childline and lifeline are amazing.
August 30th, 2015 3:09pm
One of the best resources for people who feel like this is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
September 2nd, 2015 2:53am
suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255 FREE text "Start" to 741-741
September 4th, 2015 8:51pm
A good resource would be that they try to be as open as possible so others can try to understand and know what they are trying to deal with. A good resource would be that they also use the suicide helpline whenever needed
September 5th, 2015 3:11am
The Suicide Chat Room is a place to help yourself by helping others at the same time. You can also go to or their hotline 1-800-784-2433 (general). They have more specific hotlines based on your specific problems as well. There are many resources in this world that are meant specifically to help you through your crisis. You are important.
September 6th, 2015 10:01am
the good resources are the website and national suicidal line, is the best help on times like this
September 6th, 2015 4:26pm
They could pursue a support group, and turn to a psychologist to get the help they need. If they are in the verge of harming themselves they must immediately call 9-1-1 to get immediate help.
September 9th, 2015 4:20am,, are a few I've found.
September 10th, 2015 5:56am
There are some good forum resources on this site:; Then there's also Samaritans for UK where you can call them on 0845 790 9090 24*7 whenever. There's also where you could chat to people online.
September 10th, 2015 10:49am
I do not think it is a good idea to have a suicide chat room. It sends mixed signals. We tell our members we are not a crisis hotline ... we send them suicide numbers and resources and that is what we do ...
September 11th, 2015 1:46pm
September 11th, 2015 5:45pm
This isn't on our referrals, but one that I've used personally for just chat that helped me a lot is
September 13th, 2015 12:35am
Hotlines, help, trustworthy strangers that they can talk to and let things off their shoulders with.
September 13th, 2015 9:25pm 1800 273 TALK boystown hotline-tel:+18004483000
September 16th, 2015 12:43pm
Hotlines a good resource for people to use but it depends on where they're from. There are chat websites too! Heres one
September 17th, 2015 4:47am
The Trevor Project has a great hotline, and I've received excellent care through the Crisis Text Line (741-741).
September 17th, 2015 6:15pm
there are many hotlines and or / prevention sites online, if you feel alone just know there are people out here who do care !
September 18th, 2015 9:30pm
There are many good resources for people who want this., the National Suicide Prevention Society, and many more!
September 19th, 2015 3:34pm
Tell them to call the suicide helpline. Tell them to call the suicide helpline. Tell them to call the suicide helpline.
September 19th, 2015 4:47pm
All the resources shown on 7cups are fine, but the most important thing is that the more you talk with them, the less likely they will want to do it. They just need someone to listen to them, which is somteimes hard to get by.
September 20th, 2015 6:57pm
I'm not so sure there are any "good" resources for chatrooms to help one deal with suicidal thoughts or behaviors. Such a room, I would think, would need definite responsible moderation by a well-trained individual. And, often, group discussion of suicide might actually push someone to follow through with the act by just keeping the topic on their minds when maybe distraction might be better for a person in that moment. I would suggest contacting a crisis line to speak with a crisis line worker who has been trained in how to communicate with someone at risk for suicide. The following resource may be of help if you know someone in need: or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
September 23rd, 2015 8:27am
Try calling a suicide hotline or talking to a councilor. If in immediate danger call 911. It's good to get help.
September 27th, 2015 4:31am
Suicide Prevention Resources: Call the toll-free National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service is available to anyone. All calls are confidential. Information Resources: (A long list of amazing resources) (Another list of resources)
October 2nd, 2015 7:06pm is the best choice to tell the person who want suicide. 1-800-273-8255 is also the best option but only for US people.
October 22nd, 2015 2:55pm is a great website for suicidal people. Also this number: 1-800-273-8255 Please visit or call today! Your life matters!
October 22nd, 2015 8:01pm
Uk- 116 123 (
October 23rd, 2015 2:23pm
A suicide helpline suitable to that person's country, good listening skills are good initially to gage the problem.
October 24th, 2015 11:15pm
The best thing to do is talk to someone anyone. People should not be afraid to talk about depression because that people who need to talk about it are not having the conversations they need. STOP THE STIGMA AND START TALKING!
October 25th, 2015 3:20am
If you or someone that you know is thinking about suicide, it's not okay and should be discussed with a professional or with someone who may be able to help, I'd suggest calling the National Suicide Prevention Hotline or using the crisis chatline :