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.
(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.