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You Matter was created to let people know that suicide is preventable. If you need support during those tough times, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) can help you through.

In moments when you feel like you just need some support, there is help out there.You Matter is a movement to spread the word that your problems, your worries, your fears, and above all you—unique and real you—matter.

And because just about everyone—at some point—hits the wall, we’re here to help you get over that wall. Reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255).


  • Arran McMurrough

    Suicide is preventable. You are correct. Not to downplay it because I take suicide very very seriously. I have lost 6 family members who have committed that ultimate act. I have faced down suicide myself.

    Suicide is a responsibility of society. Society is not ready to stop the deaths. Mention a suicide on TV and eyes glaze over. I love your promotions. But we need to tackle society who is not depressed or suicidal. We need to have society take the reigns and let them know that someone elses life did matter. Look at society today? They have a family member commit the act and you would be surprised about how many people have zero answers.

    My answer is? Rebuild society so they care.

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    • You Matter

      Thank you for reaching out to our community and sharing this resource. Don’t forget to also spread the word about our phone number: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). We’re here for those struggling through any situation.

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  • Debbie

    Debbie Debbie

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    Please know that suicide is preventable and call the suicide prevention line and talk. Please know that you matter and would be missed if you weren’t around

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  • melissa jimenez

    Im so glad you have a place to call when you start feeling down. When i was a teenager i went threw this.

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  • Kandy Jolly

    I am 12 and I have been lookin in on how to kill meself I always say I’m sorry or good bye cruel world and that helped a little bit but not a lot like hoped but thank yu it might help more people who need help

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  • Angel Rainey

    I am suffering from severe PTSD and been having suicide thoughts and atrempts lately. I feel like I can’t take it anymore. This illness has taken over my life and causing me to relive some horrible moments in my life. I was raped and molested and geld captive for many yrs. Now that I’m finally trying to live a normal life I can’t even close my eyes without seeing what I went through clear as day. It’s driving me crazy and I don’t know what else I could possibly do. I’m really better off dead!

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    • Ashley Womble

      Angel, I’m so sorry to hear you are struggling. Please call 1-800-273-8255 to talk to someone you can help you get through this difficult time. It will get better. You Matter.

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  • Layla TApia

    i have thoughts but I am scared to tell my parents. I saw a therapist for my attitude i had on life but never for thinking about suicide. I’m handicap so I can’t really kill myself but just asking for it and hoping it to come. I am scared that my therapist will tell my parents and ill either be like an outcast of the family for thinking of suicide or sent to a hospital like some people at my schools have. What do I do?

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    • Ashley Womble


      You are not alone. You can call 1-800-273-8255 anytime to speak someone about your thoughts– and it is totally confidential.

      You Matter!

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  • Reagan

    Reagan Reagan

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