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(Click here to find your time zone) “You gave me hope 🙂 Crying tears of happiness because I finally had someone listen and help me.” Reaching out for help can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never spoken to anyone about the abuse before.Sometimes it’s hard to describe how you’re feeling out loud.

If appropriate, Facebook will respond directly to the user via e-mail indicating that someone on Facebook is concerned about their safety and encourage the user to call the Lifeline and/or enter a confidential chat session with a crisis counselor.Crisis Chat has also provided essential emotional support and crisis intervention services to millions of people who are depressed, despairing or thinking about suicide.Troubleshooting Steps: To speak to a counselor now, please call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).At times you may have to wait to speak or webchat with a clinician, particularly during our daily meeting from 4-pm, and from 7pm onwards when lots of people ask for help from eheadspace.If you are waiting, please understand that this is because of the number of people seeking support, and that we will get to you as soon as possible.If you’re ready to seek help but don’t feel comfortable talking with an advocate on the phone, or if it’s not safe for you to call, now there’s another option.

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