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  • Everyone has some idea of what their ideal life looks like

    每個人對於自己的理想生活,都有各自的定義。

  • whether it means affording to travel freely,

    無論是不受經濟困擾、能夠自由旅行

  • coming home to a loving family,

    擁有一個溫暖的家庭

  • or having all the cats and dogs in the world.

    或是擁有全世界的貓貓狗狗。

  • But things are getting harder by the second

    但這些念頭都被某個想法打消。

  • It can be nearly impossible just getting out of bed in the morning.

    它讓早上起身離開床舖,都變成一件不可能的事。

  • Why is it so much easier giving into negativity than it is to get out of it?

    為什麼陷入負面情緒,比擺脫負面情緒來得容易呢?

  • Depression doesn't just weigh down our shoulders,

    憂鬱症不只是肩上的重擔

  • it lies,

    而是壓迫身心的巨石。

  • often telling us we're not in control of our lives but we are.

    它會不斷告訴你,你無法決定人生,儘管事實並非如此。

  • Whatever you're going through, know that it's not always going to be like this.

    無論你經歷什麼困境,請記住這只是短暫的。

  • Here are 8 tips for dealing with suicidal thoughts.

    以下是 8 種打消輕生念頭的方法。

  • 1. Don't spend the night alone.

    1. 晚上時,別一個人過。

  • When you're suicidal it will be tempting to isolate yourself.

    有輕生念頭時,人很容易孤立自己。

  • Do you lock yourself in your room,

    你曾將自己反鎖在房內

  • shut the blinds and hide underneath your covers?

    關上百葉窗,並躲在棉被裡嗎?

  • The thing about depression is the darkness will welcome you

    黑暗可以讓你避免憂鬱情緒

  • but this only makes you susceptible to believe your negative thoughts.

    但這只會讓你傾向於負面想法。

  • Watch out for your safety and don't spend the night alone.

    關心自己的健康,不要一個人過夜。

  • Call up your family,

    打電話給你的家人

  • friends or lover.

    朋友或是情人。

  • Tell them how you're feeling.

    告訴他們你的感受。

  • If possible, sleeping over at their place is even better,

    如果可以的話,和他們一起過夜更好

  • having company around can do wonders for you

    和其他人在一起,對心理很有幫助。

  • because it means keeping those bad thoughts at bay

    這讓負面想法留在過去

  • or allowing the new environment to boost your mood.

    並讓新環境帶給你正面情緒。

  • 2. Cut off all ties with toxic people.

    2. 遠離對你身心有害的人。

  • Research shows that keeping toxic people in your life

    研究顯示,和對你身心有害的人在一起

  • isn't just stressful,

    不只讓你感到壓力

  • it can actually kill you.

    事實上也會害死你。

  • One study showed that subjects in negative relationships

    一項研究顯示,身處於負面關係的受測者

  • had a higher risk of developing cardiac problems.

    較容易罹患心血管疾病。

  • If someone is abusing you,

    如果有人正在虐待你

  • physically or emotionally,

    無論身體或心理

  • please call the police for help.

    請報警求助。

  • Your life might drastically change

    你的人生可能會劇烈改變

  • if your family members or partner are the toxic ones

    如果你的家人或朋友,是這類有害的人

  • but realize that they are putting you in more pain than they are supporting you.

    請了解,這一切利大於弊。

  • 3. Make a list of your accomplishments.

    3. 列出你的成就。

  • Hey you,

    嘿!那邊那位。

  • yeah you!

    對,就是在說你!

  • Look at how far you've come.

    看看你達成的多少成就。

  • Failure can seem like a big slap in the face

    失敗就像重重在你臉上甩一巴掌。

  • but we often obsess over perfection

    但我們經常著迷於完美

  • instead of focusing on what we've achieved.

    而非已達成的目標。

  • There's a difference,

    有另一種思考方向。

  • striving for perfection doesn't allow you to be human.

    努力造就完美,不會讓你變成完人。

  • Embrace your flaws, failures and downfalls

    接受自身缺陷、失敗,以及缺點

  • as much as you appreciate all the milestones you've reached.

    就像欣賞自己造就的里程碑一樣。

  • Listen closely to what isn't working

    仔細分析那些失敗

  • turn those into lessons and grow resilient.

    記取教訓,並重新站起來。

  • 4. Practice positive mantras.

    4. 學習正面思考。

  • These are otherwise known as coping statements.

    這又稱之為,應對語句。

  • Ending your life will seem like the only option to end your misery

    結束生命似乎是終結悲痛的唯一方法

  • but nothing lasts forever.

    但世界上沒有永遠的悲傷。

  • Practice saying some of these:

    試著唸出以下句子:

  • "I will get though this"

    「我會挺過去的。」

  • "This is my depression talking, not me"

    「這是負面情緒跟我對談,那不是真的我。」

  • " I don't really want to die, I just want the pain to end".

    「我不想死,我只是想讓痛苦結束而已。」

  • Stick these to your mirror,

    把這些句子貼到鏡子上

  • fridge and carry them wherever you go.

    冰箱,或隨身攜帶。

  • Let them be friendly reminders to be kind to yourself, you've got this.

    讓這些句子成為善待自己的備忘錄,你一定做得到。

  • 5. Find a therapist.

    5. 尋求諮商師協助。

  • Most people shrug this idea off

    許多人打消這個念頭

  • because they might not be able to afford it

    因為覺得自己沒辦法負擔這種服務。

  • but there are options

    但其實有其他選擇

  • especially if you're a student.

    特別是學生。

  • An open mind is what will ultimately get you help.

    開闊的心胸,最終會幫助你找到協助。

  • Call your insurance company for any insights they might have.

    打電話給你的保險公司,詢問是否有任何保險方案。

  • It never hurts to ask your family doctor too.

    尋求全科醫生幫助,也無礙。

  • Networks exist for a reason

    網絡之所以存在是有原因的。

  • and the more professional advice you receive,

    獲得越多專業建議

  • the faster you can find and work with a professional.

    找到專家協助的速度就越快。

  • 6. If it's urgent, please call the police.

    6. 如果情況危急,請報警處理。

  • This won't necessarily stop your suicidal thoughts

    這種方法不會讓你停止輕生念頭

  • but they will stop from going through with the act.

    但能阻止你將輕生想法付諸行動。

  • From here on out

    當下

  • they can take you to the ER where you'll be safe.

    他們會帶你到安全的地方:急診室。

  • We hope you never have to resort to this

    希望大家不需要採取這種方法

  • but want to remind you that help is only one call away.

    但請記得,需要幫助時,僅需一通電話。

  • 7. Find out what's hurting you and make changes to it.

    7. 找出問題根源,並嘗試改變。

  • Do you feel stuck at your dead end job?

    你覺得自己被沒未來的工作綁架了嗎?

  • Tired of the city you're living in,

    厭倦了自己居住的城市

  • or not sure what about what you're studying in school?

    或是在求學期間迷失方向嗎?

  • It's okay to address that you're feeling unhappy

    你可以表達不愉快心情

  • but don't succumb to helplessness.

    但別相信自己無能為力。

  • It may take time to find what works for you

    也許需要一點時間找出方法

  • but this is why practice and patience is so pivotal.

    這就是練習跟耐心如此關鍵的原因。

  • Big projects seem intimidating

    大計畫似乎很嚇人

  • but break them up into smaller tasks

    把它分為一個個小任務

  • to make them more approachable.

    讓計畫更容易達成。

  • Remember,

    請記得

  • as you wait for your miracle

    在等待奇蹟同時

  • never stop working on yourself in the meantime.

    別讓自己停下腳步。

  • 8. Whatever you do, please don't lose hope.

    8. 無論如何,千萬別失去希望。

  • I know it's easier said than done

    我知道,說時容易做時難

  • but committing suicide will end everything,

    但一旦輕生,一切都毀了

  • including the amazing days ahead you won't be alive for.

    包括你來不及體驗的大好前程。

  • People usually realize too late while their in the middle of the act

    人通常在輕生途中才了解

  • that every problem they ever faced could've been fixed.

    原本面對的問題其實可以解決。

  • So please reconsider your health,

    所以,請替自己的人生著想

  • you deserve so much more.

    你值得更好的人生。

  • What do you do to keep going or stay inspired?

    你是如何讓自己保持正能量的呢?

  • We want you to know that you're not alone

    我們想讓你知道,你並不孤單

  • and we're sending our best wishes your way.

    並誠摯祝福你。

  • For more helpful content

    欲看更多內容

  • be sure to also subscribe to our channel

    請務必訂閱我們的 YouTube 頻道。

  • Thank you as always for watching!

    謝謝你一路以來的支持!

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