Have you heard someone...?
Describe a specific plan for suicide: “I’ve thought about how I’d do it.” Expressing hopelessness or helplessness: “Things will never get better for me.” Talk positively about a suicide death: “I think she was brave for going through with it.” Say goodbye to important people: “You’re the best friend I’ve ever had. I’ll miss you.” Express a lack of interest in the future: “It won’t matter soon anyway.” Express a negative attitude toward self: “I don’t deserve to live.” Express suicidal feelings: “Lately I’ve felt like ending it all.”
Have you noticed someone...?
Avoiding family and friends to be alone Using drugs or alcohol more than usual Behaving differently than how they usually do Giving away their most valuable possessions Losing interest in their favorite activities or hobbies Planning for death by writing a will or letter
Have you felt...?
Helpless Unimportant Trapped Overwhelmed Unmotivated Completely alone
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are not alone. Each year we receive over 30,000 calls from teens and young adults who’ve recognized these signs and need someone to talk to.
The Trevor Project is here to support you 24/7. If you need support, please call the Trevor Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386 to speak with a trained volunteer counselor.