OneLife is a Not for profit helpline to address the suicidal tendencies of people who have given up on life, due to multitude problems.
We help people of all age groups to overcome suicidal tendencies caused due to broken marriages, ill-health and chronic diseases, examination, love failure, financial, legal issues, and fear of social sanctions and cultural norms.
By way of timely guidance and counseling from our trained counselors, we ensure that the aggrieved (with suicidal tendencies) is provided the right emotional support, and made to become a normal individual and strong-at-self to turn a new leaf in life.
To help the old and the young to overcome any sort of suicidal tendencies, we have initiated a concrete action. We have started a 24 X 7 Helpline Service for people with suicidal tendencies, where proper guidance and counseling are provided to people suffering from suicidal tendencies.
Differentiators of our Helpline service:
- Available 24×7 for the aggrieved living in any part of the country.
- Professionally managed services
- Managed by qualified and trained counselors
- Fosters better team work with involvement of the aggrieved’ relatives, siblings, friends and the community
Suicide free society.
To usher hope into the lives of those, who have given up on life, and find themselves encircled by problems with no solutions visible, at all.
“As a center we are located in Hyderabad, As branches we are spread across difference places in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to reach out the needy. We do not restrict our working area to any particular region or state. We are happy to serve any individual who belongs to any part of the country. Using the technological advancement like video calls our counselors will do tele counselling and can refer the individual to higher level of support if needed“
Why People Commit Suicide ?
When the emotionally stressed individual finds to be encircled by problems that are beyond one’s capacity to solve and find solutions, suicide happens to be the only solution for them. Though there can’t be single reason why a person commits suicide, the common motive almost in all suicide cases is to protect one’s honor, self- respect and pride. Over 90 percent of people who die by suicide have a mental illness at the time of their death and the most common mental illness is depression.
Untreated depression is the number one cause for suicide
How to identify a person having suicidal tendencies?
OneLife research and understanding of suicidal tendencies in aggrieved people are evident as warning signs that someone may be thinking about or planning to commit suicide. You can identify people with suicidal tendencies, when they are,
- Always talking or thinking about death or having adeath wish.
- Are under clinical depression – deep sadness, loss of interest, trouble sleeping and eating – that gets worse.
- Are making comments about being hopeless, helpless, or worthless
- Feeling excessive guilt or shame.
- Are visiting or calling people to say goodbye.
Is Suicide a permanent solution for a temporary problem?
Suicide can never be a permanent solution for the temporary problem of life. By suicide, the individual may consider to putting end to the problem. However, the problem continues to exist, and continues even after the aggrieved lifetime. So, Suicide is not a solution, but means to complicate situations further and bring in more problems to family and friends.
Suicide is NEVER the answer,Getting HELP is the answer.
If you are suicidal, have attempted suicide, or are a suicide survivor. You will find help, hope, comfort, understanding, support, love, and extensive resources at OneLife (78930 78930).
How can anyone help person having suicidal tendencies?
Always take suicidal comments very seriously: When a person says that he or she is thinking about suicide, you must always take the comments seriously. Assuming that the person is only seeking attention is a very serious and potential disaster.
Try not to act shocked: The person is already highly distressed, and if you are shocked by what is said, the person will become more distressed. Stay calm, and talk with him or her in a matter-of-fact manner, but get help immediately. If the person is at a high risk for suicide, reach out to us immediately.
Comfort the person with words of encouragement: Use common sense to offer words of support. Remember that intense emotional pain can be overwhelming, so be as gentle and caring as possible. There is no script to use in situations like these, because each person and each situation is different. Listen carefully, and offer encouraging words when appropriate.
Let the person know that you are deeply concerned: Tell the person that you are concerned, and show them that you are concerned. A suicidal person is highly vulnerable and needs to feel that concern.