I Lost My GrandparentsFeelingsI Lost My Grandparents<div class="ExternalClass8A8E7B61581545A69091B8088487CFE1"><p>​I lost my grandparents, and I have been having suicidal thoughts. Please help me. <br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass6A5613C25FD34136938BC19483EFE67B"><p>​We are so glad that you are reaching out tonight to talk through what is going on.  Coping through loss and suicidal thoughts can cause many intense emotions, so we appreciate that you are reaching out for support.  We are here to help you through your suicidal thoughts. Things may feel very hard right now and that pain is very real, but nothing in life is ever too broken to mend.  We are here whenever you want to talk. Our counselors are available anytime at 1-800-448-3000.  You are not alone and we are here to support you. Call before you do anything to hurt yourself. We will help you.</p><p>Losing a loved one can be very painful, especially one as close as a grandparent.  Coping with grief can be slow going. When you're feeling sad, talk to your friends and family about the emotions you are feeling. Try to write down how you're feeling, to do this, <a href="/JournalPages/Grief.pdf">try this journal page</a>.</p><p>Talk to your friends and family about your favorite memories of your grandpa and grandma. Put up pictures of times when you were together. This will help you to remember the good times you had together. It's not bad to be sad. Sadness shows that your grandparents were important to you. But don't let that sadness take over your life.</p><p>Tell a trusted adult about your suicidal thoughts. Tell them that you are really having a difficult time dealing with the death of your grandparents. Be honest so they can help you. If you are not sure who to talk to, remember, we are always here for you.</p><p>Give us a call,</p><p>April, Crisis Counselor<br></p></div>12

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