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  • If your friend mentions suicide or self-harm, take them seriously.

    如果你朋友向你提到自殺或自殘,請嚴肅以對。

  • If you believe that theyre in danger, call 911 or the Poison Control Center immediately.

    如果你覺得他們有危險傾向,請立即打給 911 或藥物控制中心。

  • Your friend’s life is more important than their privacy.

    你朋友的生命比他們的隱私重要得多。

  • WellCasters, have you ever had someone just want to end it all, permanently?

    各位 Wellcast 的觀眾,你是否曾有認識的人想永遠的結束這一切?

  • It’s never easy to think about or hear.

    這種想法不會輕易產生。

  • Yes, life can get so complicated and overwhelming. It’s hard to even imagine that things would ever get better again.

    沒錯,人生有時會複雜得令人難以承受。有時就連想像事情好轉,都是件難事。

  • But most people bounce back.

    但大部分的人都能重新振作。

  • Unfortunately, some don’t.

    不幸的是,有些人沒辦法。

  • Suicide is a tragedy that affects everyone, and it’s one of the leading causes of death for people 24 and younger.

    自殺這種悲劇會影響到每個人,同時也是 24 歲以下族群的主要死因之一。

  • Here’s what to do if you suspect your friend who might be having thoughts of suicide.

    如果你懷疑朋友可能有自殺想法,這裡有幾個方法提供給你。

  • Tip 1: Learn to recognize dangerous signs.

    一、學習辨識危險信號。

  • Has your friend talked about feeling hopeless or anxious?

    你朋友是否曾提到他感到無助或焦慮?

  • Have you noticed the change in your friend's behavior acting withdrawn, sleeping less, sleeping a lot more?

    你朋友的行為是否不太尋常?像是變得沉默寡言、缺乏睡眠,或有嗜睡傾向?

  • Maybe theyre abusing alcohol or drugs.

    也許他們開始酗酒或嗑藥。

  • Giving away their belongings.

    把自己的財產贈與別人。

  • Maybe your friend has even talked about hurting themselves or worse, wanting to die.

    也許你朋友曾提過自殘或者更糟,提到他想死。

  • For a complete checklist of suspect behaviors, pause and print out our worksheet.

    想查看危險信號的完整列表,請按暫停,並印出學習單。

  • Tip 2: Initiate dialogue in a non-judgmental way.

    二、試著與他談談,別語帶批判。

  • Sit your friend down in a comfortable or a familiar environment where the two of you can talk privately and freely.

    找個舒適或熟悉的環境和他一起坐下,讓兩人能自在地進行私人對話。

  • Start by telling your friend how much you care about them, but some other behaviors have concerned you.

    首先,讓你朋友知道你有多關心他,但他的有些行為讓你有點擔心。

  • Refer to our worksheet for ideas on how this conversation might flow.

    學習單上有提供對話流程參考。

  • If you determine that your friend is in danger and that they need help immediately, please call 911.

    如果你判定朋友有危險,且需要立即協助,請馬上撥打 911。

  • Household items like pills or razor blades, they quickly become lethal weapons in the hands of a suicidal person.

    家庭用品,像是藥丸或刮鬍刀片,都可能成為自殺傾向者手中的致命武器。

  • Tip 3: React with feeling.

    三、善用同理心。

  • If your friend does confide in your thoughts on suicide, be compassionate and make it known that youre there to listen.

    如果你朋友向你吐露自殺傾向,請抱持同理心,讓他知道你會傾聽。

  • Don’t aim to change their mind.

    不要以改變他們的想法為目標。

  • Start an argument or give advice.

    別跟他們講道理或提出建議。

  • Many people who attempt suicide don’t actually wanna die.

    許多想自殺的人,其實並不是真的想死。

  • They just want their suffering to end and suicide seems like the only avenue.

    他們只是想結束痛苦,而自殺是他們能想到的唯一辦法。

  • Engage in conversation with your friend and find out what’s hurting him.

    跟你的朋友談談,找出是什麼在傷害他。

  • Tip 4: Shift the focus from sources of pain to resources for treatment.

    四、把焦點從痛苦來源轉移,並轉向治療。

  • In addition to external challenges, your friend might also be fighting internal demons that require professional care.

    除了外在困難之外,你朋友可能也在與內心的惡魔對抗,這需要專業諮商協助。

  • Depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders are often present in the suicidal.

    憂鬱、焦慮,以及其他心理疾病常會顯現在自殺傾向者的身上。

  • Many of these illnesses can be diagnosed and treated.

    許多心理疾病都可診斷與治療。

  • Encourage your friend to seek help and offer to work with them to locate a mental health professional or clinic.

    鼓勵你的朋友去尋求幫助,和他們一起尋找專業心理諮商。

  • We strongly recommend looping their family members into this process.

    強烈建議請他們家人一同前往。

  • Tip 5: Lastly, stay connected.

    五、保持聯繫。

  • Even after your friend has sought help, he seems to be on the path to healing.

    就算你朋友已經去尋找專業幫助,他也還只是在痊癒途中。

  • Encourage other friends, roommates, and family members to check in on your friend during this vulnerable time.

    鼓勵其他朋友、室友,和家人在這個非常時期多多關心你朋友。

  • This is an especially important step since many suicides occur in a period of a parent improvement.

    這步驟非常重要。許多自殺案件是發生在緩慢痊癒的期間。

  • Listen, this video is a starting point.

    聽好,這個影片只是個開端。

  • Please do your own independent research to identify more resources.

    請自己去搜尋更多可用資源。

  • But here are few we recommend.

    以下是一些我們推薦的資源。

  • You can save a life just by reaching out to someone who’s in need.

    你可以拯救一條生命,只要向需要的人伸出援手。

  • Well, that's all for me today, WellCasters.

    好了,我能講的就這些了。

  • Would you do me a kindness?

    能幫我個忙嗎?

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    訂閱我們的頻道。

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    申請電子報,接收最新資訊。

  • See you later!

    下次見!

If your friend mentions suicide or self-harm, take them seriously.

如果你朋友向你提到自殺或自殘,請嚴肅以對。

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