World Suicide Prevention Day: Choose To Live

Filed Under: Mental Health

You’re not the only one who is feeling like this and even though you don’t believe me, there are people who really do care if you die. There are people you will hurt. People you will decimate. People who want to support you. People who want to see you better.

The hardest thing you can do right now is ignore what your broken brain is telling you and chose to live.

Hell, it’s probably going to be the hardest thing for a while.

It gets easier.

You will get better.

Life will go on because you’re worth fighting for.

You think you’re weak but you’ve fought this long and you’ve fought so hard so you might as well keep on fighting.

I know what you’re going through. I’ve written about “the fight” before. If you doubt me, read it: The Fight You Must Fight.

There are people who want nothing more than to listen to what you have to say and to help you.

Go find your cell phone and call them.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number – 1.800.273.TALK (8255)