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Text TWT to 741741 in the US for free 24/7 support. 🇨🇦: text 686868 🇬🇧: text 85258 This page is not a resource for counseling.
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Crisis Text Line 5h
Replying to @jozaphen @GiveUsAShout
Hey there, that’s an earlier version of the post. It’s been updated accordingly.
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Crisis Text Line 11h
You can be an athlete and still struggle with your mental health. Our friends and are breaking down barriers around mental health in the sports community. Need to talk? Text 'TEAM' to 741741 to talk with a volunteer Crisis Counselor. We've got you.
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Crisis Text Line 14h
It’s totally normal to feel anxious after graduating. It’s totally normal to feel sad after graduating. It’s totally normal to feel stressed after graduating. If you’re struggling with after graduating, you’re not alone. You can text with Crisis Counselor at 741741.
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Crisis Text Line 19h
to when Crisis Text Line launched in the UK as ! It’s been amazing to see ’s commitment to mental health through their charity
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Hey there, note from Nancy: you're totally right! She's a lifetime Girl Scout member and is super familiar with how great Girl Scouts does on that front. We'll make sure to distinguish in the future.
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Replying to @MVP3419822
We're really sorry to hear you had a negative experience. Check out our referrals if you need additional support but don't feel comfortable reaching out again:
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Replying to @terramazing
We're biased, but we think they can help. Our goal is to avoid calling emergency services if possible. Emergency services are called in less than 0.1% of conversations. Our Crisis Counselors help you move from a hot moment to a cool calm, and then plan next steps for coping.
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Replying to @afspnational
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Crisis Text Line May 22
A6: We're biased, but we think our Crisis Counselors are pretty good at having a . Text 741741 at any time to chat with them. Check out some of our other resources by
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Replying to @MentalHealthAm
We feel that 💖
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Crisis Text Line May 22
A5: Reach out frequently; you don't have to schedule a time to follow up. This lets the other person know that they can reach out to you about mental health no matter what. A doesn't have to a big deal convo.
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Crisis Text Line May 22
A4: Let them know that you're struggling with your mental health. Set up some time to meet somewhere you both feel comfortable and lay out your feelings. It may feel awkward, but the people who care about you want to help support you in the best way that they can
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Loving this advice Michelle! We'd encourage you to use the phrase "attempt suicide" rather than "commit." The phrase "commit suicide" comes from the days when suicide was a crime that the survivor's family could be punished for.
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Crisis Text Line May 22
A3: If they don't meet all four criteria, let them know that you're here for them no matter what. If they're not ready to open up, but you think they're in crisis, encourage them to reach out to a Crisis Counselor by texting 741741. We're available 24/7, year-round.
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Crisis Text Line May 22
A3: Be direct. Ask non-judgemental follow-up questions to determine if they have a plan, access to things to carry out the plan, and a timeframe. If they meet all four, it's worth encouraging them to seek immediate professional help. (1/2)
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Hey Owen, we're sorry to here that people haven't helped you in the way they should have. There are people who do care though. You can text one of our Crisis Counselors at 741741 - they are full of empathy and ready to listen.
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Replying to @BTWFoundation @momgerm
Can adopt us??
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Crisis Text Line May 22
Replying to @dustinpari
Anyone can help support those struggling with their mental health!
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Crisis Text Line May 22
"Let them know you'll sit in the dark with them" Love that 💖
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Crisis Text Line May 22
A2: Mental health is a part of our health, there's no shame in having to work a little harder on it. Listen to their experiences. Avoid giving advice; instead, ask how you can support them. And if things are serious, help them find appropriate resources.
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