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Re: Re: Have the Samaritans blocked me from receiving emails

Re: Re: Have the Samaritans blocked me from receiving emails





Wed, 15 Mar at 09:00

Hello Shantanu

I am glad our email was just the thing you needed - how are you feeling today?

When you emailed us over the weekend, you briefly mentioned that you had suicidal thoughts, and that you were thinking about contacting the single point of access for some crisis support, and I wondered if you had managed to get in touch with them and if so, has it helped? It is worrying that you are having suicidal thoughts, have you had thoughts like this before and would it help to talk more about this?

We are here to listen while things are difficult and will give you space to talk about your feelings and the difficult things you're going through.



You can call Samaritans free on 116 123 day or night, 365 days a year, from any phone in the UK or Republic of Ireland. A trained volunteer will answer the phone as soon as they can.

When you email us, we aim to respond within 24 hours. This means it will usually be several hours before someone reads your email. If you need urgent support, we can respond more quickly if you call.

You can find more information about Samaritans, including other ways to contact, online self-help and more about the email service at Our privacy statement is here:

Samaritans registered Charity Number 219432 (England & Wales) and SC040604 in Scotland.


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