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सहायक होगा आत्महत्या यह है कि किसी को आप के पास महसूस करने के लिए चिंताजनक है पर विचार किया जा सकता है. नीचे दी गई जानकारी आप के लिए देखने के लक्षणों की पहचान करने में मदद मिलेगी, क्या ऐसा करने का फैसला और मदद उपलब्ध है क्या सीख. आत्महत्या का विचार ज्यादातर लोग हैं जो संकट के माध्यम से प्राप्त. परिवार, मित्रों और पेशेवरों के लोगों को सुरक्षित रहने के लिए मदद करने में एक बड़ा फर्क है और रहने के लिए फिर से स्थापित कारणों से कर सकते हैं.

बच्चे के यौन शोषण और आत्महत्या के विचार अनुभव किया है जो पुरुषों

आत्महत्या के विचार बच्चे के यौन शोषण या यौन उत्पीड़न का अनुभव किया है, जो कुछ पुरुषों के लिए एक आवर्ती विषय हो सकता है. आत्महत्या की बात को गंभीरता से लिया जाना चाहिए, अनुसंधान यौन दुर्व्यवहार किया गया जो पुरुषों के ऊपर से पता चलता है कि विशेष रूप से के रूप में 10 आत्महत्या के विचार का अनुभव होने की संभावना है और एक अध्ययन में 46% of men with a history of childhood sexual abuse indicated that they had attempted suicide. Add to this the fact that males are almost 4 times more likely than females to die by suicide (with men in age 30-44 years the most at risk) then it becomes important to be prepared to ask about and deal with suicidal thoughts.[1]

Behaviours to look out forwhat is he doing?

People at risk of suicide usually give clues by their behaviour. These may include:

  • Previous suicide attempts
  • Being moody, sad and withdrawn
  • Talking of feeling hopeless, helpless or worthless
  • Taking less care of himself and his appearance
  • Losing interest in things he previously enjoyed
  • Finding it hard to concentrate
  • Being more irritable or agitated
  • Talking or joking about suicide
  • Expressing thoughts about death through drawings, कहानियों, songs etc
  • Saying goodbye to others and/or giving away his possessions
  • Engaging in risky or self-destructive behaviour
  • Increasing alcohol/drug use

मानसिक स्वास्थ्य

Mental health problems can increase the risk of suicide. We may not know a person’s mental health history, however we may notice that a person seems depressed or anxious, and/or is misusing alcohol or other drugs. They may have told us that they are receiving treatment for a mental health problem.

Having a mental health problem does not mean a person will have thoughts of suicidemany don't. तथापि, mental health problems can affect the way people view problems. They affect motivation and openness to seek help, therefore we need to be particularly aware of the possible risk of suicide.

हाल ही में मानसिक स्वास्थ्य समस्याओं के उपचार के लिए अस्पताल से छुट्टी दे दी गई है जो लोग भी आत्महत्या का खतरा अधिक हो सकता है. यह वे समुदाय में चल रहे समर्थन प्राप्त है कि महत्वपूर्ण है. आप उन्हें अपने जीपी या मानसिक स्वास्थ्य विशेषज्ञों के साथ किसी भी अनुवर्ती यात्राओं में भाग लेने का समर्थन करके मदद करने में सक्षम हो सकता है.

अब मैं क्या करूं?

आत्महत्या पर लोग अक्सर बहुत अलग लग रहा है और अकेले. They may feel that nobody can help them or understand their psychological pain. When unable to see any other way of dealing with pain, आत्महत्या के बाहर एक तरह लग रहे हो सकता. कभी कभी व्यथित और खुले तौर पर आत्महत्या कर दिया गया है कि जो लोग बाहर से शांत हो जाते हैं. यह बहुत कुछ मतलब हो सकता है कि जागरूक बनो, उनकी आत्महत्या की योजना को पूरा करने के लिए उनके शांत संकल्प सहित.

The important thing to remember is that if someone is not their usual self or if they are showing signs that arouse your concern you need to check it out. This tool kit will help you to talk to someone about suicide and then decide what steps to take.

आत्महत्या का विचार ज्यादातर लोग हैं जो संकट के माध्यम से प्राप्त. The help and support of family, friends and professionals can make a big difference. The following tips will help you know what to do.

Practical steps you can take

1) Do something now

If you are concerned that someone you know is considering suicide, act promptly. Don't assume that they will get better without help or that they will seek help on their own. It's easy to avoid being part of that help, or to hope that someone else will step in. Reaching out now could save a life.

2) Acknowledge your reaction

आप आप आत्महत्या विचार कर रहा है जो किसी की मदद करने के लिए कार्रवाई करने की जरूरत महसूस करते हैं कि जब, अपने स्वाभाविक प्रतिक्रिया के लिए हो सकता है:

  • आतंक
  • स्थिति पर ध्यान न दें और इसे दूर जाना होगा आशा
  • व्यक्ति को बेहतर महसूस करने के लिए फौरी समाधान के लिए देखो
  • अपनी भावनाओं के लिए व्यक्ति को आलोचना या दोष

इन प्रतिक्रियाओं सामान्य लेकिन उपयोगी नहीं हैं. It's natural to feel panic and shock but take time to listen and think before you act. नीचे दिए गए सुझावों के बाद आप के माध्यम से प्राप्त करने में मदद मिलेगी. यदि आप पाते हैं कि आप वास्तव में संघर्ष कर रहे हैं, एक विश्वसनीय दोस्त की सहायता लेनी.

3) उसके लिए वहाँ रहना

व्यक्ति के साथ समय बिताएं और अपनी देखभाल और चिंता व्यक्त. वे महसूस कर रहे हैं कि कैसे उनसे पूछो, उनका दर्द सुना है और उनके मन में क्या करने के लिए सुनो. उन्हें बात करने का सबसे करते हैं. Problems can seem more manageable after speaking about them.

4) Ask him if he is thinking of suicide

Unless someone tells you, the only way to know if a person is thinking of suicide is to ask. Asking can sometimes be very hard but it shows that you have noticed things, been listening, that you care and that they are not on their own. Talking about suicide will not put the idea into their head but will encourage them to talk about their feelings. It opens up options for checking out risk, attending to safety and getting further help.

5) Check out his safety

If a person is considering suicide it is important to know how much thought they have put into it. Ask about the following:

  • Have they thought about how and when they plan to kill themselves?
  • Do they have the means to carry out their plan?
  • Have they ever deliberately harmed themselves?
  • What support can they access to stay safe and get help?
  • How can you help them draw on links to family, मित्रों, pets, religious convictions, personal coping strengths?

Use this information to decide what to do. If you are really worried, don’t leave the person alone. Seek immediate helpsee contact numbers below or phone Lifeline on 13 11 14. Remove any means of suicide available, including weapons, medications, alcohol and other drugs, even access to a car.

6) Decide what to do

Now that you have this information you need to discuss together what steps you are going to take. What you decide to do needs to take into account the safety concerns that you have. Do not agree to keep it a secret. You may need to enlist the help of others to persuade the person to get professional help – or at least take the first steps to stay safe. These may include their partners, parents, or close friends. Only by sharing this information can you make sure that the person gets the help and support they need. Sometimes the person at risk says they do not want help. Yet we know most people are in two minds about suicide. Make keeping them safe your first priority. Consider the long-term benefits of getting help for the person. It may mean risking the relationship but you could be saving a life.

7) Take action

A man can get help from a range of professional and supportive people:

  • काउंसलर, psychologist, सामाजिक कार्यकर्ता
  • School counsellor, youth group leader, sports coach
  • Emergency services – police and ambulance
  • Mental health services
  • Community health centres
  • Priest, minister, religious leader
  • Telephone counselling services such as Lifeline and Kids Help Line

When the person has decided who they are most willing to tell, help them prepare what they will say. Many people find it difficult to express their suicidal thoughts. Offer to accompany the person to the appointment. After the appointment, check that they raised the issue of suicide and ask what help they were offered. Help them follow through with the recommendations. In some situations the person may refuse to get help. While it's important that you find them the help they need, you can't force them to accept it. You need to ensure that the appropriate people are aware of the situation. Do not shoulder this responsibility alone.

8) Ask for a promise

Thoughts of suicide often return and when they do it is important for the person to again reach out and tell someone. Asking them to promise to do this makes it more likely that it will happen. Encourage the person to promise to call you or Lifeline 13 11 14 if the suicidal thoughts return, and to do this before they harm themselves.

9) Look after yourself

If you’re helping someone who is considering suicide, make sure you also take care of yourself. It is difficult and emotionally draining to support someone who is suicidal, especially over an extended period.

  • Don't do it on your own. Find someone to talk to, maybe friends, family or a professional.
  • Recruit other people to help support the person you are worried about.
  • Get in touch with carer organisations or support groups. Contact Lifeline’s Just ask 1300 13 11 14 to find what's available in your area.
  • Try not to let your concerns about the other person dominate your life. Make sure you continue to enjoy your usual activities, take time out to have fun and keep a sense of perspective.
  • Contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 (24 घंटे एक दिन) for support. 24-hour crisis telephone counselling services.
10) Stay involved

Thoughts of suicide do not easily disappear without the person at risk experiencing some change. Their situation, or their feelings about it, may change, or they may feel more supported and able to deal with it. In either situation, the continuing involvement of family and friends is very important. Below are some tips to ensure the person at risk continues to get the best help possible:

  • Ensure the person has 24-hour access to some form of support. This may be you, other family members and friends, or Lifeline 13 11 14.
  • Accompany the person to appointments if possible. Your support can be a great encouragement.
  • If you are the primary carer, try to establish a good relationship with the health professionals responsible for the person's treatment. Your opinion and input is valid and may be very valuable.
  • Advocate for the person. Sometimes a service or health professional may not be capable of meeting all the person's needs. You can advocate for appropriate services.
  • Discuss with the person what issues or situations might trigger further suicidal thoughts. Plan how to reduce this stress and what coping strategies can be used.
  • Continue to be supportive but not overprotective.

Where to get help

तत्काल संकट हस्तक्षेप के लिए जब जीवन पुलिस पर खतरे की अंगूठी में हो सकता है 000 या अपने स्थानीय अस्पताल के आपातकालीन विभाग में जाना.

सेवा संख्या
राष्ट्रीय 24 घंटो संकट टेलीफोन परामर्श सेवाएं  
जीवन रक्षक पेटी 13 11 14
बच्चों रेखा सहायता 1800 55 1800
क्वींसलैंड  
संकट परामर्श सेवा 1300 363 622
अधिनियम  
संकट आकलन और उपचार टीम 1800 629 354
न्यू साउथ वेल्स  
आत्महत्या निवारण और क्राइसिस इंटरवेंशन 1300 363 622
उपलक्ष्य देखभाल रेखा 02 9331 6000
उत्तरी क्षेत्र  
संकट रेखा उत्तरी क्षेत्र 1800 019 116
दक्षिण ऑस्ट्रेलिया  
मानसिक स्वास्थ्य आकलन और क्राइसिस इंटरवेंशन सेवा 13 14 65
तस्मानिया  
राहत Lifelink – देश 1300 364 566
राहत Lifelink – मेट्रो 03 6331 3355
जीत  
आत्महत्या सहायता रेखा विक्टोरिया 1300 651 251
पश्चिमी ऑस्ट्रेलिया  
राहत आत्महत्या आपातकालीन सेवा – देश 1800 198 313
आपातकालीन सेवा – मेट्रो 08 9381 5555

अन्य सेवाएँ

  • आपका जीपी (लिस्टिंग के लिए येलो पेजेस देखना)
  • मानसिक स्वास्थ्य टीम (व्हाइट पेज में सामुदायिक स्वास्थ्य केंद्रों को देखने)
  • काउंसिलिंग / मनोवैज्ञानिक सेवा (लिस्टिंग के लिए येलो पेजेस देखना)
  • साने ऑस्ट्रेलिया हेल्पलाइन 1800 688 382

मदद ढूँढने सेवाओं के लिए, कॉल लाइफलाइन बस पर पूछना है 1300 13 11 14. याद, लाइफलाइन बस पूछो है एक सूचना सेवा है, नहीं एक संकट या परामर्श सेवा. The service operates Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (EST) or visit the web site at https://www.lifeline.org.au/get-help/topics/preventing-suicide

संसाधन

Beyond Suicide Attempts पुस्तिका – information for parents, foster parents and guardians following the suicide attempt of a young person. Available from Lifeline’s Just ask Training: ASISTmany Lifeline Centres throughout Australia provide Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) if people are looking for further training in this area. संपर्क LivingWorks आप के पास एक ASIST प्रशिक्षण मिल, 03 9894 1833 या info@livingworks.org.au

आप आत्महत्या के जोखिम से कम से किसी की मदद करने के लिए लाइफलाइन सूचना सेवा टूल किट की एक प्रतिलिपि डाउनलोड कर सकते हैं https://www.lifeline.org.au/static/uploads/files/helping-someone-at-risk-of-suicide-wfedivitoeyu.pdf (pdf) फोन करके या यह आदेश 1300 13 11 14.

वेबसाईटें

  • www.auseinet.com – प्रमोशन के लिए ऑस्ट्रेलियाई नेटवर्क, मानसिक स्वास्थ्य के लिए रोकथाम और शीघ्र हस्तक्षेप, उपयोगी संसाधनों, लिंक और तथ्य पत्रक.
  • www.justlook.org.au – ऑस्ट्रेलिया भर में कम लागत या मुफ्त स्वास्थ्य और सामुदायिक सेवाओं की एक बड़ी ऑनलाइन राष्ट्रीय डाटाबेस.
  • www.beyondblue.org.au – अवसाद के बारे में जानकारी के साथ एक ऑस्ट्रेलियाई साइट.
  • www.depressionet.org.au – अवसाद पर एक ऑन लाइन ऑस्ट्रेलियाई संसाधन.
  • www.kidshelp.com.au – उम्र तक युवा लोगों के लिए टेलीफोन और ईमेल परामर्श प्रदान करता है 25.
  • www.lifeline.org.au – लाइफलाइन पर ऑनलाइन संकट चैट.
  • www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au – चल रहे समर्थन प्रदान करता है जो आत्महत्या कॉलबैक सेवा के बारे में थोड़ा जानें.
  • www.livingworks.com.au – देखभाल करने वालों के लिए सभी प्रकार के प्रशिक्षण प्रदान करता है कि एक साइट, increasing their ability to reach out to a person at risk.
  • au.reachout.comInformation about suicide prevention for young people, परिवारों, communities and professionals.
  • www.suicideinfo.caSuicide Information and Education Centre (SIEC).

आभार: This page was developed with information from a number of sources:

  • The Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing under the National Mental Health Strategy.
  • The Illawarra Institute for Mental Health
  • Lifeline's Just Ask.
  • [1] P.J. O’leary, Doctoral Thesis Flinders University 2003; Life is for everyone. आत्महत्या की रोकथाम में अच्छा व्यवहार को बढ़ावा देना: पुरुषों को लक्षित क्रियाएँ. आस्ट्रेलिया सरकार का स्वास्थ्य और वृद्धावस्था विभाग: 2008

 

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  1. Comment by Katie

    Katie उत्तर अप्रैल 23, 2016 पर 11:35 बजे

    Help. I have a friend who lives in another country who is suicidal. He has repeatedly statedI do not like talking about my problems. I have many problems here.He is depressed bc of no work, money, girlfriend broke up with him months ago. Over time he has opened up a little to me and shared some of his problems. I do not give advice nor do I act as his therapist. I listen and support him. I remind him that his circumstances to not define who he is and that I do know what hopelessness and suicidal ideation feels like as I have been there myself. I’m trying to create asafe placefor him to go to bc he won’t talk to anyone but me.
    when he is suicidal he has anger outbursts sayingI hate life. I can’t be who I want to be. Why can’t I just be happy like everyone else?!”

    I have absolutely no idea what to say. I tell him I’m listening. Last night I tried to identify with him in hopes that he would continue talking. I saiddo you feel like there is no solution?” “Do you feel trapped?”

    He cut me off and saidgoodnightHe told me one time that he does this when he is extremely sad. तथापि, this leaves me in a state of worry and anxiety bc I can’t get to him physically and I know if i contact any of his friends it would make him more angry.

    It like he reaches out to me by telling me he wants to kill himself but everything I say or don’t say causes him to shut down. So I finally saidplease talk to someone. It does not have to be me. I love you and I know you don’t like talking about your problems but you might be surprised at how much it helps.
    Please text me in the morning to let me know you are ok. ”

    He did by sayinggood morninglike nothing had happened. I repliedthank you for letting me know and I hope today is better

    Bottom line: what do I do? Clearly he has feelings of hopelessness that his future will never change, emotionally unavailable, hates himself, feels like he’s not good enough and has said he thinks something is wrong with him bc he compares himself to his friends.

    I told him he needs to talk to someone and it doesn’t have to be me bc I feel like I say all the wrong things. He didn’t respond. So sometimes i feel like a doormat, but I try to not take it personally. I’m pretty good at this , but as the episodes are more frequent I’m becoming frustrated and feel hurt. Do I say something about this? When these episodes happen again what do I say?

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