Hello, everyone! Mod Emery and Mod Lee have gathered together some resources for those of you that are going through a very difficult time. We would love to help each and every one of you individually, but answering asks from suicidal anons puts us in a very questionable legal situation. Also, since many of us mods have dealt with suicide in our lives, it is a very difficult topic for us to cover. Nonetheless, we hope all of you are able to benefit from this mental health resource list that we have put together.
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What You Can Do
What Tumblr is for:
With an increase in suicide threats being made online, different popular social networking sites have taken the step to improve safety protocol with regard to suicide ideation. Here are some warning signs of suicide:. People who are considering suicide often display one or more of the following moods. If someone you know is showing any of these signs please encourage them to reach out for help. The following are some methods of reporting your worries to the social networking sites that may provide your friend or someone you know additional help if you are unable to.
What Tumblr is not for:
From time to time you may encounter a person who expressing thoughts of suicide on your social media sites. If someone you know online is showing any of these warning signs, it is important that you post a message encouraging them to call the Lifeline. If you are friends with the person in real life or know where the person is, please call TALK so that you can talk to a crisis counselor. Tumblr: Click here to write an e-mail to Tumblr about a suicidal user. Include as much information as possible including the URL of the Tumblr blog. Facebook: Click here to anonymously report someone as suicidal on Facebook.
Tumblr is fast-becoming the home of peer-led suicide prevention networks for teens who have, for years, used the microblogging platform to publicize plans for self-harm. As a reaction to previous trends, anonymous volunteers are now running hundreds of unofficial suicide hotline-style blogs , which welcome emergency chats and questions, as they prowl the site for suicidal users with hashtags like help, depression, suicide and anxiety. The teenager answers over 15 questions a week from strangers who suffer from depression.