If you find it challenging to cope with stress, there are numerous avenues to seek assistance. Consider the following steps:Reach out to Healthcare Provider
If stress begins to impact your daily activities for an extended period significantly, don't hesitate to contact your healthcare provider. They can offer guidance, support and recommend appropriate interventions.Recognize the Risk of Suicide
During times of extreme stress, it is crucial to be aware of the risk of suicide. Remember that suicide is preventable, and help is available. Educate yourself about the warning signs and learn how to respond if you notice these signs in yourself, a friend, or a loved one. Additional information on this topic can be found here
.Utilize Crisis ResourcesAccess free and confidential crisis resources
that can connect you or your loved ones with skilled and trained counselors in your area. These resources provide immediate support and guidance during times of distress.
Seeking Immediate Help in Times of Crisis
●National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for English, or Lifeline Chat
●Disaster Distress Helpline
: CALL or TEXT 1-800-985-5990
●Get Help in a Crisis
Remember, reaching out for help is a courageous step towards prioritizing your well-being. There are professionals and resources available to provide the assistance you need.