Your’e Not Alone
Whether you need to talk to someone about suicidal thoughts or need help supporting a loved one struggling with their mental health, the most important thing is to have hope and to take action.
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Most people with thoughts of suicide desperately want to live. Many will seek help immediately after attempting to harm themselves or prior. That was me; I felt so desperately sad, abandoned, shameful, and alone.
Here is the text to Kathy Mullen, founder of Mullen’s Miracles.
Can you talk?
Within minutes, Kathy called me. I am sobbing on the phone, unsure how she heard anything I said. After ensuring I was 100% okay, I remember her words to this day: “You are an angel, Christie, patience, growth, and love…you will soon see how your love will overflow, and I pray God brings you peace”. Early the following day, she called me to check in on me as she started her day, making sure I was okay.
Without this call and the other 14 times I texted her, and she called, I am unsure if I would be here. The words Kathy spoke that I wrote down that first night ring true today. Today, my love overflows and my glow shines bright. I am breaking down walls and barriers.
— CHRISTIE WILLET