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Saying No To Suicide

Saying No To Suicide

Suicide is a no-no regardless of the situation you find yourself in. There are many triggers of suicidal thoughts and you have to be deliberate in your actions in order to SAY NO TO SUICIDE! To avoid hurting yourself, you have to deal with suicidal thoughts as well as avoid the triggers. Individual counseling in Orlando from a reputable counselor can help you learn how to say no to suicide and avoid or deal with suicidal thoughts.

The following are some tips to overcoming suicidal notions:

  • Stay Away From Bad Vibes

    Triggers of suicidal thoughts always have bad vibes and avoiding such bad vibes can help you deal with suicidal thoughts. Being alone, especially in secluded areas can trigger suicidal thoughts. Hanging out with bad friends that mock or make jest of you, are depressed or psychotic, can also trigger suicidal thoughts.

    If you are living with abusive relations or you are in an abusive relationship, it's best to leave or if not, seek for help. Spend more time in bright and beautiful scenery, hangout with positive friends and maintain a healthy relationship to help you avoid suicidal thoughts.

  • Use Physical Therapy

    Triggers of suicidal thoughts always have bad vibes and avoiding such bad vibes can help you deal with suicidal thoughts. Being alone, especially in secluded areas can trigger suicidal thoughts. Hanging out with bad friends that mock or make jest of you, are depressed or psychotic, can also trigger suicidal thoughts.

    If you are living with abusive relations or you are in an abusive relationship, it's best to leave or if not, seek for help. Spend more time in bright and beautiful scenery, hangout with positive friends and maintain a healthy relationship to help you avoid suicidal thoughts.

  • Use Physical Therapy

    When you experience suicidal thoughts, there is no much preventive measures you can employ, rather you have to salvage the situation to stop you from actually committing suicide. Taking deep breaths can help you divert your attention from such thoughts. Visualizing a safe place, numbers, positive and bright scenarios, wonderful moments can also help you divert those thoughts from your mind.

    Using your senses to imagine a calm environment can also serve as a distraction. Rubbing your fingers on your temples, massaging your shoulders or neck, stretching out and relaxing your muscles can also help you take your mind off those suicidal thoughts. For the effective use of physical therapy, consult a counselor for Individual counseling in Orlando.

  • Reach To Someone

    What makes the occurrence of suicide easy and frequent is the isolation of the victims, especially at the point of having suicidal thoughts. Once suicidal thoughts come into the mind, it is important to reach out to a trusted person or organization. There are reputable organizations that offer individual counseling in Orlando and can help you deal with the suicidal thoughts. Families and trusted friends or reputable organizations are in the best position to help you move past this phase. Do not undermine those thoughts or live in fear of the unknown, as this will delay you from getting the help needed. You can achieve recovery, if only there is timely intervention.

    Suicide can be prevented when the signs are noted, and timely intervention is carried out. Do not wait until it is too late to find a lasting solution. Orlando Thrive Therapy is a counseling organization that offers individual counseling in Orlando. It also specializes in resolving relationship conflicts, alleviating anxiety issues, and providing individual support through therapy. Heather Oller is a licensed mental health counselor in Orlando, with experience and a unique approach towards individual counseling. Call us today or send an email to book an individual counseling session today.

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Heather Oller

Heather Oller is a licensed Orlando therapist at Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching & Counseling who specializes in counseling Orlando couples, individuals, and families who are seeking changes in their lives. She has been a mental health professional for over 17 years and is a practicing Orlando counselor that specializes in conflict resolution for couples. You can contact her for an appointment or call 407-592-8997 for more information.

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