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What can be done for suicidal thoughts?

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Dr. Peter Forster
Psychiatry 37 years experience
Get Help: Suicidal thoughts may be a sign of a serious mental health condition that needs effective treatment. Not getting effective treatment is a major factor in completed suicide. See your doctor. Get a referral to a psychiatrist. You may also want to check out this web page which can help you cope with the moment to moment challenges - http://www.Metanoia.Org/suicide/.

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What should I do if I have suicidal thoughts?

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Dr. Miroslava Fox
Clinical Psychology 16 years experience
See below: Find a psychologist or therapist to help you find triggers of your suicidal thoughts. Establish stress management, self-care routine, get involved in the activities that bring you a sustained sense of joy. Consider medication if feel that no longer can cope. Below is the number for national suicide prevention lifeline1-800-273-talk (8255).

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