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4 Tools to Stop Worrying

Worry can really suck the joy out of life.

In this PDF I explain four simple, effective techniques you can use to break the cycle of worry and get on with enjoying life.

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Where to find help if you are having suicidal thoughts

Sometimes life can feel so difficult that it can seem impossible to find a way to go on.

If you, or someone you care about is feeling this way, there is help available.

You are not alone.

Talk to someone.

In a life-threatening situation, you can:

  • call 999
  • call the Samaritans on 116 123

  • make an urgent GP appointment


Here are places you can find help:

Samaritans – 24 hour support on 116 123 and

Papyrus – 0800 068 4141

Suicide Prevention Hopeline 9am – midnight every day of the year clear, direct support for anyone thinking about suicide, or worried about someone else

CALM Campaign against Living Miserably www.the

0800 58 58 58

Helpline available 5pm – midnight every day


Cruse Bereavement Care
Helpline 0808 808 1677

Live online Cruse Chat available 9am – 9pm Mon – Fri

The Compassionate Friends Helpline 0345 123 2304 and online support groups

The Ollie Foundation


You are not alone.

You matter.

Please talk to someone.

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