beingbaz:

beingbaz:

I have these days. I’m betting, so do you. Here’s my open and honest promise to you: If you’re having a shitty day, and you need someone to talk to, leave something in my ask. Love, hate, a question, whatever. It may take me a while to get back to you, but I will respond to whatever you say. (If you want it private, say so, otherwise I’ll respond publicly.) You can even be anonymous. I don’t mind.
Life’s hard. It doesn’t often make sense. But I want you to be here. I’ll do what I can to try and make things easier/better, even if it’s just listening, or replying with kitten pictures.
If you need someone, even if it’s a random stranger: I’m Sebastien. This is a link to my ask box. I’d like to help, so drop me a message, and I hope I can. I’m not a doctor. I can’t guarantee that I’ll make anything better, although I hope I won’t make things worse.
If I’m taking too long to get back to you, I’d also like to recommend:-Calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.-Checking out the Agora Crisis Center’s page to see if any of their resources sound like something that may help.-Calling the 9 Line: 1-800-999-9999.-Trying Crisis Chat to chat with someone online when you need it.-For those GLBT+ folk who are struggling you can try the GLBT National Help Center by calling: 1-888-843-4564 (for adults), or 1-800-246-7743 (for youth). They also have LGBT peer support chat sometimes, but you’d have to check the hours when they’re available.-For those outside the United States, here is a list of international suicide hotlines from Suicide.Org which I hope can help you.
With any luck, something will make you feel better, more worthy, and maybe even a little happier. This tends to make me laugh: Have a YouTube video of an adorably sneaky cat, and I hope your day improves.
Love,Sebastien (FYI: I’m not a medical professional. I’m just a random person, on the internet. I make no guarantees, and I hope nobody sues me, in the long run. Have a nice day.)

Reblogging myself, just in case there’s someone out there who needs these numbers. You’re not alone. There is help.

Another option, and one I took this week, was to go straight to the source of help: A Psychiatric Emergency Services Room. If you’re scared, if you’re that scared, if it gets that bad and you can’t take it any more, go to the hospital. Psych ward, shrink emergency hospital, regular hospital - all of these may be able to help you if and when it gets that bad.
There is no shame in getting help. So get that help, please, and stick around a little while.

beingbaz:

beingbaz:

I have these days. I’m betting, so do you. Here’s my open and honest promise to you: If you’re having a shitty day, and you need someone to talk to, leave something in my ask. Love, hate, a question, whatever. It may take me a while to get back to you, but I will respond to whatever you say. (If you want it private, say so, otherwise I’ll respond publicly.) You can even be anonymous. I don’t mind.

Life’s hard. It doesn’t often make sense. But I want you to be here. I’ll do what I can to try and make things easier/better, even if it’s just listening, or replying with kitten pictures.

If you need someone, even if it’s a random stranger: I’m Sebastien. This is a link to my ask box. I’d like to help, so drop me a message, and I hope I can. I’m not a doctor. I can’t guarantee that I’ll make anything better, although I hope I won’t make things worse.

If I’m taking too long to get back to you, I’d also like to recommend:
-Calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.
-Checking out the Agora Crisis Center’s page to see if any of their resources sound like something that may help.
-Calling the 9 Line: 1-800-999-9999.
-Trying Crisis Chat to chat with someone online when you need it.
-For those GLBT+ folk who are struggling you can try the GLBT National Help Center by calling: 1-888-843-4564 (for adults), or 1-800-246-7743 (for youth). They also have LGBT peer support chat sometimes, but you’d have to check the hours when they’re available.
-For those outside the United States, here is a list of international suicide hotlines from Suicide.Org which I hope can help you.

With any luck, something will make you feel better, more worthy, and maybe even a little happier. This tends to make me laugh: Have a YouTube video of an adorably sneaky cat, and I hope your day improves.

Love,
Sebastien
(FYI: I’m not a medical professional. I’m just a random person, on the internet. I make no guarantees, and I hope nobody sues me, in the long run. Have a nice day.)

Reblogging myself, just in case there’s someone out there who needs these numbers. You’re not alone. There is help.

Another option, and one I took this week, was to go straight to the source of help: A Psychiatric Emergency Services Room. If you’re scared, if you’re that scared, if it gets that bad and you can’t take it any more, go to the hospital. Psych ward, shrink emergency hospital, regular hospital - all of these may be able to help you if and when it gets that bad.

There is no shame in getting help. So get that help, please, and stick around a little while.

beingbaz:

I have these days. I’m betting, so do you. Here’s my open and honest promise to you: If you’re having a shitty day, and you need someone to talk to, leave something in my ask. Love, hate, a question, whatever. It may take me a while to get back to you, but I will respond to whatever you say. (If you want it private, say so, otherwise I’ll respond publicly.) You can even be anonymous. I don’t mind.
Life’s hard. It doesn’t often make sense. But I want you to be here. I’ll do what I can to try and make things easier/better, even if it’s just listening, or replying with kitten pictures.
If you need someone, even if it’s a random stranger: I’m Sebastien. This is a link to my ask box. I’d like to help, so drop me a message, and I hope I can. I’m not a doctor. I can’t guarantee that I’ll make anything better, although I hope I won’t make things worse.
If I’m taking too long to get back to you, I’d also like to recommend:-Calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.-Checking out the Agora Crisis Center’s page to see if any of their resources sound like something that may help.-Calling the 9 Line: 1-800-999-9999.-Trying Crisis Chat to chat with someone online when you need it.-For those GLBT+ folk who are struggling you can try the GLBT National Help Center by calling: 1-888-843-4564 (for adults), or 1-800-246-7743 (for youth). They also have LGBT peer support chat sometimes, but you’d have to check the hours when they’re available.-For those outside the United States, here is a list of international suicide hotlines from Suicide.Org which I hope can help you.
With any luck, something will make you feel better, more worthy, and maybe even a little happier. This tends to make me laugh: Have a YouTube video of an adorably sneaky cat, and I hope your day improves.
Love,Sebastien (FYI: I’m not a medical professional. I’m just a random person, on the internet. I make no guarantees, and I hope nobody sues me, in the long run. Have a nice day.)

Reblogging myself, just in case there’s someone out there who needs these numbers. You’re not alone. There is help.

beingbaz:

I have these days. I’m betting, so do you. Here’s my open and honest promise to you: If you’re having a shitty day, and you need someone to talk to, leave something in my ask. Love, hate, a question, whatever. It may take me a while to get back to you, but I will respond to whatever you say. (If you want it private, say so, otherwise I’ll respond publicly.) You can even be anonymous. I don’t mind.

Life’s hard. It doesn’t often make sense. But I want you to be here. I’ll do what I can to try and make things easier/better, even if it’s just listening, or replying with kitten pictures.

If you need someone, even if it’s a random stranger: I’m Sebastien. This is a link to my ask box. I’d like to help, so drop me a message, and I hope I can. I’m not a doctor. I can’t guarantee that I’ll make anything better, although I hope I won’t make things worse.

If I’m taking too long to get back to you, I’d also like to recommend:
-Calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.
-Checking out the Agora Crisis Center’s page to see if any of their resources sound like something that may help.
-Calling the 9 Line: 1-800-999-9999.
-Trying Crisis Chat to chat with someone online when you need it.
-For those GLBT+ folk who are struggling you can try the GLBT National Help Center by calling: 1-888-843-4564 (for adults), or 1-800-246-7743 (for youth). They also have LGBT peer support chat sometimes, but you’d have to check the hours when they’re available.
-For those outside the United States, here is a list of international suicide hotlines from Suicide.Org which I hope can help you.

With any luck, something will make you feel better, more worthy, and maybe even a little happier. This tends to make me laugh: Have a YouTube video of an adorably sneaky cat, and I hope your day improves.

Love,
Sebastien
(FYI: I’m not a medical professional. I’m just a random person, on the internet. I make no guarantees, and I hope nobody sues me, in the long run. Have a nice day.)

Reblogging myself, just in case there’s someone out there who needs these numbers. You’re not alone. There is help.