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Lanarkshire Samaritans spread hope on World Suicide Prevention Day

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iOS - Android With the long-term effects of the pandemic likely to be felt for several years, sharing ways of remaining hopeful could support anyone struggling to cope and be an important reminder that you do not have to struggle alone, help and support is available.Spending time in nature, exercising, baking, listening to music, and drawing are just a handful of examples that can help boost people’s mood, among plenty of other actions.

Suicide Prevention North Lanarkshire will also be planning other sporting events throughout the month that Lanarkshire Samaritans will also be supporting.

To help inspire people, Samaritans have created several new resources , including suggested activities, useful tips, and a mood-boosting playlist.

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