Do You Need Help?

If you are having problems dealing appropriately with your regrets, it might be time to seek additional help. We realize that sometimes things are just too overwhelming to handle on your own — but remember, you don’t have to go through it alone.  Try talking to someone you can trust — someone at church, school or a support group.

Or you can use the following resources, or look for local crisis centers or hotlines in your area to get the help, advice, guidance and support you need.

Please take care!

Additional Hotline and Referral Resources

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2 thoughts on “Do You Need Help?

  1. I regret not speaking as much with my therapist and not taking the opportunities to get help about my sadness. People who are hurt tend to hurt others unintentionally and that’s what I’ve done. I regret not looking at the end of a relationship as a good thing.

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  2. I have been having a crush on a man who is my relative for nearly 18 years. Before getting married he wanted to marry me. But my mother refused the marriage. I was just a college graduate then. Didn’t confront over my mom’s decisions. But still I regret that day why I didnot confront her. Still in 2019 I skip a heartbeat whenever I meet him.

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