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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.

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October 25th, 2015 4:21am
because we are only volunteers and not trained to take chats for suicidal behavior, its best to have you to visit for a list of resources. also, these numbers are availible for chat if you are in need or know someone who is. 1) Call 911 2) 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) Text Telephone: 1-800-799-4TTY (1-800-799-4889) Military Veterans Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (Press 1) Suicide Hotline in Spanish: 1-800-273-TALK (Press 2) LGBT Youth Suicide Hotline: 1-866-4-U-TREVOR
October 25th, 2015 5:29pm
I'm not exactly sure what you mean by this; but based off what I can try to understand, having a safe non-judgmental chat-room would be good for this.
October 28th, 2015 3:34am
Writing your feelings down on a piece of paper and then ripping/burning the paper to release tension
October 28th, 2015 4:30pm
Firstly its gotta be in place where people who are in really desperate stage of their life can seek support, help and reassurance and the will to get better from their crisis, where the first word ain't distraction and its seek help/call mh team asap
October 29th, 2015 6:22am
There is the crisis text line, which is text based. Beyond that every area has it's own phone line to call.
October 29th, 2015 2:31pm 1-800-273-8255
October 29th, 2015 2:37pm
There are a lot of resources like professionals, foundations, and a lot of lines where you can call and they will help u
October 30th, 2015 11:34pm
having a suicide chat room would be a great idea, as most of the time what cause one to lead up to the point of committing suicide is going to all their dark phases of life and not having anyone to talk with or share no form of empathy with them and since 7cups is all about providing active listening to person that need a listening ears I will strongly agree on the suicide chat room.
October 31st, 2015 8:00am for instance. National suicide prevention lifeline can be recommended
November 4th, 2015 7:50am
Suicide is a tricky topic and should be managed with people who have training ! There are services that can support this if it's something you need šŸ˜Š
November 4th, 2015 5:33pm
If you feel like committing suicide you should tell an adult or call the suicide hotline, because there is always someone that cares about you. You just have to look for them.
November 5th, 2015 2:56am
I think county mental health systems are great resources for people who think about suicide. It is not an in-the-moment resource, but when it comes to learning to manage and change suicidal thoughts long-term, counties often have lower cost mental health help available.
November 5th, 2015 1:39pm
Video chat with expert listeners and help lines number. Impactful life quotes and stories where suicides were avoided after talking to listeners
November 6th, 2015 1:54am
Suicide is a tricky thing. You have to be patient and supportive to the person. You also have to be positive with that person cause at that person at that moment will think all the negative things. If it escalates get the person to call a hotline or call the authorities to get to them.
November 12th, 2015 11:37am
I don't know what resources would be good for a suicide chat room. People who commit suicide rarely tell anyone they are going to do it and if someone is going to do it they will find a way.
November 14th, 2015 10:11pm National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1 (800) 273-8255 Any suicide prevention hotline, or website which helps people who feel like they want to commit suicide.
November 15th, 2015 3:44am
I would recommend numerous .gov sites (For the United States of America) I would also tell them to call 1-800-Suicide
November 15th, 2015 6:28pm
For people who are looking to seek help in the suicide chatroom. they need a light at the end of their tunnel of despair which can be a friend or simply just someone who simply cares also the suicide hotline is always available to anyone who may need it.
November 18th, 2015 1:54pm
I do think that they need people who will listen, they should be in a stress free environment... no?
November 18th, 2015 5:39pm
IĀ“ve had an experience more than once about suicide and suicidal thoughts.. IĀ“m willing to help people that are in the same situation, and I know how it feels when thereĀ“s nobody you could share your thoughts with. It might be fears of peopleĀ“s reaction about your thoughts. ThatĀ“s why IĀ“m here to help you!
November 19th, 2015 12:03am
7 Cups Of Tea isn't a good resource, but,, and are some good resources for online live chats. If you want to talk over the phone, the suicide prevention lifeline number is: 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE.
November 19th, 2015 7:40pm
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ( and their hotline (1-800-273-8255)
November 19th, 2015 7:41pm
Some good resources could be writing. Writing is a good way to let go and pour out how you feel and then if you want to you can rip it up and throw it away.
November 21st, 2015 6:24pm
The Audio version of the book-The power of positive thinking by Norman Vincent Peale . The reason I suggest Audio is so the individual can play easily without the mind power and composure needed to read the hard copy
November 22nd, 2015 12:28pm
People who want to end their lives often tend to use pills, knives anything sharp that can cut their skin. They can also think about drinking soap or even clorox and other chemical products.
November 25th, 2015 4:31am
I'm not sure. People who want to kill themselves, should take a moment to think, reflect, relax, and get help.
November 25th, 2015 11:05pm
Suicide Hotline, and perhaps this; . There they will find helpful resources and other such things.
November 26th, 2015 12:01am
meditation works best when it comes to eliminating negative thoughts which include the suicidal ones.
November 27th, 2015 6:03am
The number 1-800-273-8255 or Hotline numbers and websites. Supportive listeners who have strong experience in this particular area, links to their pages. And maybe a link to websites on how to find a professional in your area, or how to talk to your parents about suicide.
November 28th, 2015 3:08am
I think some great resources would include games that involve all the senses- sometimes drawing or simple games with music are great for calming the mind and relieving tension so one can open up and talk a bit about what's going on in life.