How to help a loved one who has suicidal thoughts: Spot the warning signs, reach out, listen and show support - Promises Healthcare

This Honeycombers article discusses suicide prevention and how to support a loved one who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts. It starts by acknowledging that many people face extreme stress and depression, which can lead to suicidal ideation. A survey of Singaporeans revealed that a significant number had considered suicide. However, the article emphasizes that suicide is preventable, and offers guidance from two experts, Dr. Joseph Leong and Dr. Adrian Loh, both senior consultant psychiatrists at Promises Healthcare. The experts share warning signs of suicidal thoughts, common causes of suicide in different age groups, and practical ways to offer support and empathy to those in need.

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