'I felt so low, I couldn't see a way out'

'I felt so low, I couldn't see a way out'

"To get to my school I had to cross a railway bridge and I would just stand there and think 'I could just jump off'.
"It felt overwhelming and like I was alone. I just felt so, so low, I couldn't see a way out."
Calleigh, now 18, was self-harming when she was 11 and first thought about taking her own life when she was 13.
"I didn't want to tell my parents because I thought they would be worried and disappointed or not understand."
Calleigh's story comes as the charity Childline says it has received its highest number of counselling sessions with young people having... read more

17 October 2017 in Regional, Views: 69
Source: BBC

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