When I contacted a suicide hotline back in January, I didn’t know what to expect. The process was a lot easier than I imagined. In fact, the hardest part was convincing myself to reach out in the first place.
Seasonal depression is commonly associated with winter due to shorter days and lack of sunlight, but did you know some people experience seasonal depression in the spring? My battle with the early months of spring began many years ago, and it’s something I try to prepare myself for each year. If you’re struggling with your mental health during any season, here’s a few tips that help me.
If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts or urges, contact one of these organizations for assistance. You are not alone and there are people here to help you get through this.