Please Share: Suicide Awareness on Blogging Sites

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Hello, All…

I’m writing to you because of a blogger that I interacted with last evening.  In fact, I went as far as reblogging her post with hopes that other’s would try to help this poor woman who was really crying out for help, or rather… Writing a suicide note last night on her post.  (Which is something she admitted).

I tried my hardest to keep her talking and making suggestions in order to get help, but then the comments ended.  I stayed up until after 2am this morning, hoping and waiting for a response from this blogger.  No response was ever made.

I’ve got to be honest here… This truly scared me, and I tried social media outlets to find this woman.  All I know is she lives in the UK. As of now, I don’t know what else to do except share her post again.


I found this via Pinterest, several International Suicide Hotlines there for anybody who feels afraid, lost, depressed to the point of feeling like there is no other choice but to let go, and give up.

I have a question for you the readers that follow me… Have you ever come across a fellow blogger in dire need of help?  How do you handle this?

My thoughts and prayers are going out to anyone who feels so alone that they don’t know where to reach out.  Know that you are never alone.  The people here in the mental health community know all too well what this feeling feels like… You are not alone!  Someone is always here to talk to.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline magnet


I don’t usually ask for people to share what I write, but I am hoping that a great number of you share the following information throughout the blogosphere.  Show your support to those in need of help.  I would greatly appreciate it!

Thank you, in advance!

God Bless,

Beckie 💚



39 thoughts on “Please Share: Suicide Awareness on Blogging Sites

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  1. I’m sorry… I can’t deal with stuff at moment. I broke.
    Still suicidal. Not well. Can’t deal with social media…
    Am safe. Family keeping eye on me when they can.

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    1. I have been there and can relate to how you are feeling. I have a mental health blog, and I always stress that I will be there for anyone who needs someone to talk to. If you want someone new to talk/vent to, please email me @ I promise there will never be any judgment what so ever. 💖 Take care of yourself. – Samantha

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    2. I don’t know what I can say that you feel better. Just that remember you’re not alone in this. Please feel free to speak to me as well if you need. Please stay safe . We all love you and your family loves you the most. 💕

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  2. Beckie, I really want to share your post but I am not sure how. Ever since I switched to the WP Business Package I have been unable to reblog posts… If you have any ideas on how I can share/reblog it, please let me know! Thanks, Samantha

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  3. This is a good example of why we need not just more suicide prevention resources, but resources that are both effective and acceptable so that no one is left unserved. As Michelle mentioned in her comment to you, she knows what the available resources are, and there’s nothing that she identifies as effective and acceptable. Crisis lines certainly have their place, but we need (and deserve) more.

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  4. I’ve felt alone and trapped and hopeless before too. I’m glad she reached out and let you know she’s okay! We never know the lives we touch. I’ll be happy to reblog just to remind everyone that there is an awesome community here.
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful heart Beckie!💓🌻😍💌

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  5. I’ve been there in the past! A few years ago I was in that predicament! Its a very scary place to be! I will share this post Becky! You did your best but it is very scary when your in that situation, just as scary as it is for the person whose suicidal! xox

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