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Whāia te mātauranga hei oranga mō koutou.
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Are you worried someone is thinking of suicide? Advice for families, whānau and friends.

If you’re worried that someone might be thinking about suicide, don’t be afraid to ask them directly.

If someone has thoughts or feelings about suicide, it’s important to take them seriously.

It can be really hard to tell someone you care about that you are feeling suicidal. If someone tells you they are thinking about suicide, recognise their pain or what they’ve just said and invite them to keep talking.

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