Talk to your teenager about suicide or suicidal thoughts to help them manage and access support earl
If you are really worried about your teenager's mental health it can be hard to know what you can do to to help and support them. While the warning signs of suicide are not always obvious, learning to to identify them and raise your concerns could make a world of difference - and you don't have to be an expert to make a difference. Below you'll find some resources and discussions to help you talk about suicide with your teenager in an open, honest and empathetic way.
Help your teenager realise that suicidal thoughts pass and they can get through the tough times with
Create a safety plan with your teenager for when they need help through a crisis.
If your teenager is suicidal there are some important steps to take immediately.
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