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Grounding Exercise for Anxiety and Overwhelm: Calming Raindrops with Dora Kamau


Anyone can have them, and there is nothing wrong with you if you or the person you care about is experiencing thoughts about taking their own life. If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts it is important that you tell someone about them and get help.

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Writing down how you're feeling is a proven way to help manage what you're feeling or facing. It can also help you get ready to talk to a helpline worker. Go ahead, offload your thoughts.

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