Posted on Wednesday, Dec 02, 2020 by Becky Hansen, ed. Marya Morgan
If someone decides to end their own life, you may never fully understand why. "But you can imagine how much psychological pain that person had to be in," says Pat Gallinagh of Range Suicide Prevention Council.
But it doesn't have to end that way. Suicide can be prevented. Talking is where it starts.
"Say, 'yeah we see you’re hurting, you’re in a lot of pain' -- and let them know that help is available."
Hear K-LOVE'S Becky Hansen talk with Gallinagh about suicide warning signs, help and hope.
CALL THE NAT'L SUICIDE HOTLINE 1-800-273 TALK (8255)
Sometimes no matter how hard you try.. it’s all just ‘too much’. And that’s okay. If you or someone you know is thinking of suicide… call the national hotline. TALK. You are loved.
Or call the K-LOVE PASTORS: 1-844-364-HOPE (4673).