World Suicide Prevention Day 2019 – Images, Pictures, Wishes, SMS, Quotes & Wallpaper HD

10th September is the World Suicide Prevention Day. The day is celebrating all over the world. All the people from different countries are celebrating the days.

World Suicide Prevention Day 2019 Wishes, SMS, Quotes: 

1. “When you feel like giving up, just remember the reason why you held on for so long.” – Unknown

2. “Suicide doesn’t end the chances of life getting worse, it eliminates the possibility of it ever getting any better.” – Unknown

3. “If you are looking for a sign not to kill yourself, this is it.” – Unknown

4. “Anyone desperate enough for suicide should be desperate enough to go to creative extremes to solve problems: elope at midnight, stow away on the boat to New Zealand and start over, do what they always wanted to do but were afraid to try.” – Richard Bach

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5.  “When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till it seems as though you could not hang on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.” – Harriet Beecher Stowe

6. “If you want to show me that you really love me, don’t say that you would die for me, instead stay alive for me.” – Unknown

7. “Place your hand over your heart, can you feel it? That is called purpose. You’re alive for a reason so don’t ever give up.” – Unknown

8. “The person who completes suicide, dies once. Those left behind die a thousand deaths, trying to relive those terrible moments and understand … Why?” – Clark (2001)

9. “Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.”

10. “Never never never give up.” – Winston Churchill

World Suicide Prevention Day Starting conversations:

If you are concerned about someone, either because of things they are saying or doing, it can be difficult to know where to start a conversation about distress and suicidal thoughts. Our members have developed advice and suggestions to help:

  • Time to Talk’s ‘Ask Twice’ campaign suggests that sometimes we say we’re fine when we’re not, so if your mate’s acting differently, ask whether they’re OK twice. See videos and more advice on their website here:
  • PAPYRUS and Nightline have developed this flyer with some conversation starters and advice:
  • The University of Exeter wrote a leaflet with The Alliance of Suicide Prevention Charities to help people know that it’s safe to talk about suicide, with suggestions on how to do it:
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