There are numerous ways that you can help, one of which is by spreading awareness, thought another thing people can do is suicide donation. Giving money to suicide prevention charities and NGOs can go a long way towards helping.
Be on the lookout for the warning signs in which there is an indication that they will attempt to commit suicide. Talking about wanting to die or wanting to kill themselves, feeling empty or hopeless or having no reason to live, feeling trapped or feeling that there are no solutions, feeling unbearable emotional pain, feeling like being a burden to others, withdrawing from family and friends, saying goodbye to friends and family, putting affairs in order, such as making a will, taking great risks that could lead to death and thinking about death often.
Studies show that this is a myth, and in fact, someone who is thinking about killing themselves needs to be asked about their suicidal thoughts, so there is a way to prevent them from doing something irreversible.
Suicidal thoughts or actions are a sign of extreme distress and an indicator that someone needs help. Talking about wanting to die by suicide is not a typical response to stress. All talk of suicide should be taken seriously and requires immediate attention.
If you are faced with a message on social media where someone is typing suicide messages, you need to know how to get help. If the content you see suggests that someone is actively engaging in suicidal behavior, call 911 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1‑800‑273‑TALK (8255)
Being suicidal is a dangerous predicament in itself, but if you have no one to talk to during this time, it can turn into a critical situation. The best thing during the time you have no one to go to is call a Suicide Hotline.
Suicide sadly is not very uncommon, as rates of suicide have increased throughout the years. Sadly, even when the person is gone the pain is still there, as it is carried by the family members of the deceased. So, suicide doesn’t just affect the person who commits it but also the people he or she leaves behind.
When a person attempts suicide, it is a clear cry for help by individuals experiencing a high degree of desperation. It is imperative to treat all attempts as serious because once an attempt has been made the likely hood of that person repeating the attempt increases significantly.
There are several ways to go about it. There is an option to talk to a family member, friend, co-worker, or acquaintance thinking about suicide. They can also be recommended helplines, therapists, or other people who have gone through similar thoughts but recovered from them
Whatever you do, never give up on someone who is thinking about suicide. A person going through extreme levels of depression becomes steadfast in their approach to committing suicide because the feelings of hopelessness and a desire to stop their suffering become paramount for them. You can help by constantly trying to believe there their life is worth living, and that they matter. Their self-worth has also taken a beating so its important to give them love and respect while showing compassion, and not pity them.