Talk to Me

credits to Anuk

Are you pressured? Don’t know what to do? Find life is meaningless? Hold on for a second and take time to read this. Cause I want you. Yes, you.

I know you are depressed in a way. But how about talking for us in awhile? Need someone to talk to? Don’t hesitate everything is confidential and consider us as your friends. We can talk and have a nice time whether its the most little thing that irritates you or makes you down. Suicide is not the answer, not this time. Not until you talk to us. Are you depressed?

For some, they feel sad or down, or “blue” and are unable to enjoy their normal activities. They may feel hopeless. They may have trouble sleeping and have no appetite and lose weight. Another person with depression may start eating more and sleeping all the time. They may feel guilty and irritable. Another person may become angry, discouraged or volatile and compulsively throw themselves into their work or hobbies. They may engage in reckless behavior, be suicidal or talk about harming themselves. Yet all of these people may have depression.

People’s experiences with the illness often differ dramatically. Your symptoms can vary based upon who you are as an individual, your gender, your genetics, your coping mechanisms, your support structures, your relationships, and the culture in which you live. So are you depressed? Suicidal?

How about adding us up on Facebook? Here’s our page: Natasha Goulbourn Foundation

Give us a call, we are your friends. We will help you. We want to talk to you! Call us anytime of the day. Or you may want to visit our website:

Information and Crisis Intervention Center (ICIC)

(632) 804-HOPE (4673)

0917-558-HOPE (4673) or (632) 211-4550

0917-852-HOPE (4673) or (632) 964-6876

0917-842-HOPE (4673) or (632) 964-4084

I will wait for your call. We can talk.   🙂


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