Say Thanks

Anyone can act to help someone through a moment of crisis. These Thank You postcards demonstrate all the ways that healing, hope, and help are happening every day. Some may mention suicide, suicidal thoughts, and other difficult topics. If you or someone you know is struggling, don’t hesitate to reach out. The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is available 24/7/365. Call or text 988, or start a chat to get help.

Submit a Thank You
To: Ivy
From: HK (CA)
Thank you for meeting me and hanging out with me when I did not feel like myself. Thank you for not judging me. Thank you for your kind presence. Thank you for being kind and supportive.
To: Ginny
From: Saki (CA)
Thank you for listening to me and empathizing with me. Thank you for encouraging me. Thank you for your supportive words. I am grateful for your help.
To: Tricia
From: Chong (CA)
Thank you for being available to talk to and for making me feel understood. Thank you for trying to make me laugh and all your encouragement. It meant the world to me.
To: Dorothy
From: Lisa (CO)
Thank you for the friendship and laughter. For your sweet and shining eyes, with freckles under them.
To: Christina
From: Veronica (TX)
Thank you for understanding my point of view during moments you may not understand or ever will. Thank you for believing in me and validating my true emotions and demeanor.
To: Erin
From: Erika (CA)
Dear Erin, Thank you for listening to me in a moment when I needed it. You showed me the light that is inside of me and reminded me of it. Your smile and understanding eyes made me feel connected, loved and not alone. Now I am determined to be this person for others. Depression is real. Intense, engulfing sadness when I feel powerless is real. But so is connecting with people who remind me of my power. It's with this power that I hold myself so tightly and pray to love. Thank you so much. Love, Erika
To: My mom
From: Erika (CA)
Dear Mom, Thank you for running to be by my side at night when you heard me crying. Thank you for holding me and looking me in the eyes with the look of a mother not giving up. Thank you for telling me how you feel about me and how much you love me, that really helps me. Thank you for holding me, texting me, checking in. Thank you for calling the suicide prevention hotline and driving me to meet with the counselor. Thank you so much. It really helps to feel you here with me. I love you so much. Your daughter, Erika
To: Davvon
From: Kevin (MI)
I love u friend.
To: Omar
From: Daisy (IA)
To Omar, You're always there for me even when I'm at my lowest and I couldn't be more grateful. I love you more than words can say. You’re incredible, everyday you seem to amaze me. I love you, always and forever.
To: Sami
From: Jenny (AZ)
Sami - You were there for me when I was my most vulnerable. You helped me decipher what it was that I needed, and at that time it was the hospital. You listened without judgement and gave me your full attention. Thank you my friend!! I will always hold on to your kindness.
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