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“I Know How You Feel” & Other Things Not To Say

Title: “I Know How You Feel” & Other Things Not To Say
Artwork by: YMI
Description: How do we respond to a friend who has confided in us their suicidal thoughts? Often, we struggle to find the right words to say–especially when our words often leave a lot unsaid and may fail to bring across our good intentions. How then can we ensure our words are seasoned with love and grace?

Come alongside us as we explore how we can use our words to support and encourage our friends, and remind them that they are not alone in this battle.

*Professional help is available, so if you or anyone you know are having suicidal thoughts, please reach out to your local crisis line.

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