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

    每個人對自己的理想生活有些想法。

  • Whether it means affording to travel freely, coming home to a loving family, or having all the cats and dogs in the world.

    無論是可以自由旅行、回到充滿愛的家,還是擁有全世界的貓狗。

  • But things are getting harder by the second.

    但事情變得越來越困難。

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

    這些事幾乎不可能達成,就像早上要從床上爬起來一樣。

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

    為什麼總是很容易會帶到負面情緒,而不是直接放棄這些想法?

  • Depression doesn't just weigh down our shoulders.

    憂鬱症不只讓肩上的壓力更重

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

    它會說謊,經常告訴我們,我們不能控制自己的生活,但是我們可以。

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

    無論你經歷了什麼,要知道不會總是像這樣子。

  • Here are eight tips for dealing with suicidal thoughts:

    這裡有八個訣竅來克服想自殺的念頭:

  • 1) Don't spend the night alone. When you're suicidal, it will be tempting to isolate yourself.

    1) 不要獨自過夜。當你有自殺的念頭,你會想孤立自己。

  • Do you lock yourself in your room, shut the blinds and hide underneath your covers?

    你會把自己鎖在房裡,關上百葉窗並躲在被窩裡嗎?

  • The thing about depression is that the darkness will welcome you, but this only makes you susceptible to believe your negative thoughts.

    憂鬱症的重點是黑暗會歡迎你,但這只會讓你更相信你的負面想法。

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

    注意自己的安全,不要獨自過夜。

  • Call up your family, friends or lover. Tell them how you're feeling.

    打給你的家人、朋友,或是伴侶。告訴他們你的感受。

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

    可以的話,睡在他們身邊可能會更好。

  • Having company around can do wonders for you because it means keeping those bad thoughts at bay,

    身邊有了陪伴對你是有用的,因為這會讓那些負面想法煙消雲散,

  • or allowing the new environment to boost your mood.

    或是新環境會讓你的心情變好。

  • 2) Cut off all ties with toxic people.

    2) 切斷與有毒人群的聯繫

  • Research shows that keeping toxic people in your life isn't just stressful, it can actually kill you.

    研究表示,與有毒的人生活在一塊不僅壓力大,實際上也可以殺死你。

  • One study showed that subjects in negative relationships had a higher risk of developing cardiac problems.

    一項研究指出,受試者要是有負面的人際關係,就有較高的風險罹患心臟疾病。

  • If someone is abusing you, physically or emotionally, please call the police for help.

    如果有人在身心上虐待你,請打給警察尋求幫助。

  • Your life might drastically change if your family members or partner are the toxic ones, but realize that they're putting you in more pain than they are supporting you.

    如果你的家人或伴侶有毒,你的生活可能會有巨大變化,但要了解,比起支持你,他們只會讓你更痛苦。

  • 3) Make a list of your accomplishments.

    3) 列出你的成就。

  • Hey you, yeah you, look at how far you've come!

    嘿你,就是你,看看你都進步多少了!

  • Failure can seem like a big slap in the face, but we often obsess over perfection instead of focusing on what we've achieved.

    失敗似乎是個很大的打擊,但我們常常過分追求完美,而沒有注意我們已經做到的成就。

  • There's a difference: striving for perfection doesn't allow you to be human.

    有一點不同:追求完美並不會讓你成為人類。

  • Embrace your flaws, failures and downfalls as much as you appreciate all the milestones you've reached.

    儘可能接受你的缺陷、失敗和挫折,同時欣賞你達到的所有里程碑。

  • Listen closely to what isn't working, turn those into lessons, and grow resilient.

    仔細聽聽沒什麼用的話,把它們變成一個經驗,並培養適應力。

  • 4) Practice positive mantras. These are otherwise known as coping statements.

    4) 練習正面的口號。 這些也稱為應對語句。

  • Ending your life will seem like the only option to end your misery, but nothing lasts forever.

    結束生命似乎是終結痛苦的唯一選擇,但沒有什麼是永恆的。

  • Practice saying some of these: "I will get through this." "This is my depression talking, not me." "I don't really want to die,

    練習說其中一些話:「我會搞定這個。」 「這是我的憂鬱症在說話,不是我。」 「我真的不想死,

  • I just want the pain to end." Stick these to your mirror, fridge and carry them wherever you go.

    我只是希望痛苦結束。」 把這些貼在鏡子上、冰箱上並隨身攜帶。

  • Let them be friendly reminders to be kind to yourself. You got this!

    讓它們友善提醒你要善待自己。 你做得到!

  • 5) Find a therapist.

    5)找一位治療師。

  • Most people shrug this idea off because they might not be able to afford it.

    大多數人對這意見不理不睬,因為他們可能負擔不起費用。

  • But there are options, especially if you're a student. An open mind is what will ultimately get you help.

    但也是有其他選擇,尤其如果你是學生。 開放的心態始終可以幫助你。

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

    打給你的保險公司,問他們可能的見解。

  • It never hurts to ask your family doctor too.

    問問你的家庭醫生也絕不會有壞處。

  • Networks exists for a reason, and the more professional advice you receive, the faster you can find and work with a professional.

    網路存在是有原因的,你收到的專業建議越多,找到並與專業人士合作的速度就越快。

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

    6) 如果情況緊急,請打給警方。

  • This won't necessarily stop your suicidal thoughts

    這無法確實消除你想自殺的念頭,

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

    但他們會阻止你去付諸行動。

  • From here on out, they can take you to the ER where you'll be safe.

    在那時候起,他們會把你帶去急診室,確保你的安全。

  • We hope you never have to resort to this, but want to remind you that help is only one call away.

    我們希望你絕對不要採取這方法,只是想提醒你幫助是隨傳隨到的。

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

    7) 找出傷害你的東西,並做出改變。

  • Do you feel stuck at your dead-end job? Tired of the city you're living in? Or not sure about what you're studying in school?

    你會對沒有前途的工作感到無力? 厭倦了你所居住的城市? 或者不確定你在學校學了什麼?

  • It's ok to address that you're feeling unhappy, but don't succumb to helplessness.

    表現出哀傷的情緒是可以的,但不要因為無奈而屈服。

  • It may take time to find what works for you, but this is why practicing patience is so pivotal.

    找到適合你的方法可能需要一段時間,但這也是為什麼練習忍耐如此重要。

  • Big projects seem intimidating, but break them up into smaller tasks to make them more approachable.

    大型計畫似乎很嚇人,但只要把它們分成一件件小任務,這樣就更容易完成。

  • Remember, as you wait for your miracle, never stop working on yourself in the mean time.

    請記住,當你等待奇蹟的期間,也絕對不要停止自己的工作。

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

    8)無論你做什麼,請不要放棄希望!

  • I know it's easier said than done, but committing suicide will end everything,

    我知道說比做還要簡單,但是自殺會結束一切,

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

    包括未來美好的日子,你都不會體會到。

  • People usually realize too late, while they're in the middle of the act, that every problem they ever faced could have been fixed.

    當他們自殺到一半時才想通,但往往已經太遲了,其實他們遇到的每個問題都可以解決。

  • So please reconsider your health. You deserve so much more!

    所以請再三考慮你的健康狀況。 你值得擁有更多!

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

    你如何繼續堅持下去,或是如何維持動力?

  • We want you to know that you're not alone and we're sending our best wishes your way.

    我們想讓你知道你並不孤單,我們給你最好的祝福。

  • For more helpful content, be sure to also subscribe to our channel.

    想知道更多實用的內容,一定要訂閱我們的頻道。

  • Thank you, as always, for watching!

    一樣謝謝你的觀看!

  • Hey guys it's Yumi, one of the partners of Psych2Go.

    大家好,我是 Yumi,Psych2Go 的合作伙伴之一。

  • Today I'm here to talk to you guys about Bell Let's Talk, a mental health initiative that aims to raise awareness.

    今天我想在這和你們討論 Bell Let's Talk,它是一項心理健康倡議,目的為提升意識。

  • Every year Bell, is dedicated to moving mental health board in Canada.

    Bell 每年都致力於在加拿大發展心理健康機構。

  • Bell Let's Talk promotes awareness and action with a strategy built on four key pillars:

    Bell Let's Talk 透過四大關鍵支柱的策略來促進意識和行動。

  • fighting the stigma,

    打擊惡名

  • improving access to care, supporting world-class research,

    改善取得照護的機會、贊助世界一流的研究

  • and leading by example and workplace mental health.

    以身作則,以及職場心理健康。

  • Psych2Go, being based in Canada,

    Psych2Go,總部在加拿大,

  • we can't help but want to participate along. As Ellen Degeneres puts it: "What the world needs more of is kindness and better mental health."

    我們不禁想參與其中。 正如艾倫.狄珍妮所說:「這世界需要更多的是善良和更好的心理健康。」

  • What Psych2Go wants to do is to encourage everyone to be a part of this movement by commenting below about the time when you first opened up and struggled with mental health.

    Psych2Go 想做的是透過在下方告訴我們,你第一次打開心扉和掙扎於心理健康的時候,來鼓勵每個人成為這活動的一部分。

  • We will pick five commenters and they will receive one of our digital magazines.

    我們將挑出五名留言者,他們將收到我們的一本電子雜誌。

  • Don't forget to hashtag Bell Let's Talk and hashtag Psych2Go. We can't wait to hear from you!

    不要忘記 #Bell Let's Talk 和 Psych2Go。 我們迫不及待想聽到你的留言!

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

每個人對自己的理想生活有些想法。

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    Jerry Liu 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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