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PYN for an opinion actually no

Oct 17, 2017 by TheGoodMan
imagebut isnt this funny i saw this on someone's profile

If your feelings become so overwhelming that you can’t see any solution besides harming yourself or others, you need to get help right away. And yet, asking for help when you’re in the midst of such strong emotions can be really tough. If
talking to a stranger might be easier for you,
in the U.S., call the TeenLine at (800) 852-8336. It’s free, confidential, and available from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM, Pacific Time, seven days a week.

In the UK, call the Childline.org.uk helpline for children and teens at 0800 1111.

In Australia, call the Lifeline.org.aus 24-hour helpline at 13 11 14.

In Canada, call the KidsHelpPhone.ca helpline at 1-800-668-6868.
to speak in confidence to someone who can understand and help you deal with your feelings. To find a suicide helpline

outside the U.S., visit IASP or Suicide.org.

Comments

bnglby
Sent by BengalBoy,Oct 17, 2017
by Missalice3 0 min ago
yeah if someones signs up to play, they should play the game or the game plays YOU.
Sent by brandonpinzu,Oct 17, 2017
Iconic ...
Sent by maturo,Oct 17, 2017

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